Shoot! Dodge! and... Get Hit!? "Ikaruga" is a vertical shoot 'em up that features an unique polarity-switching gameplay. Switch the ship's polarity and "get hit and absorb" enemy bullets! Achieve High Score with the chain bonus!
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Data de lançamento: 18/fev/2014

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Shoot! Dodge! and... Get Hit!?

Ikaruga is a vertical shoot 'em up that features an unique polarity-switching gameplay.
Switch the ship's polarity and "get hit and absorb" enemy bullets!
Achieve High Score with the chain bonus!

Features

  • The player ship, all enemies and bullets are black or white.
    Player's polarity can be switched at will.
  • Your ship can absorb enemy bullets of the same polarity.
    Filled energy goes to fire powerful homing lasers! (Release Power)
  • Defeat 3 enemies in a row of the same polarity and get the chain bonus!
    Building up high scores feels like a puzzle game?
  • Spectacular 3D graphics. Fast and smooth game play.
  • 2 Players game (Local) and
    Double Play Mode: You can play 2 Players game with one controller.
  • 5 levels. Tactical level design and boss battles.
  • 3 difficulty levels: EASY, NORMAL, HARD.
    Change your tactics depending on the difficulty.
  • 2 Game modes: ARCADE, PROTOTYPE (not hidden).
  • Replay data save is available.
    You can also download them from the Leaderboards.
  • Vertical screen mode support.
    You can also play the game like a side-scrolling shooter by rotating only the game screen.
  • Xbox360 controller, Keyboard and Mouse support.

Requisitos de sistema

    Mínimos:
    • SO: Windows 8 / 7 / Vista / XP
    • Processador: Intel Core2 Duo / Athron64 X2
    • Memória: 1 GB de RAM
    • Placa de vídeo: DirectX 9.0c support (256 MB VRAM)
    • DirectX: Versão 9.0c
    • Armazenamento: 512 MB de espaço disponível
    • Placa de som: DirectX 9.0c support
    Recomendados:
    • SO: Windows 7
    • Processador: Intel or AMD multicore processor recently 5 years
    • Memória: 2 GB de RAM
    • Placa de vídeo: NVIDIA or AMD in recently 5 years
    • DirectX: Versão 9.0c
    • Armazenamento: 512 MB de espaço disponível
    • Placa de som: DirectX 9.0c support
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Dragon's Scythe
( 0.7 horas registradas )
Publicada: 31 de maio
highly recomended to anyone ready for some hardcore bullet hell

trust me when i say even on easy its hard, the dificulty settings are lying, its normal, to hard, to "oh my god are you serious about doing this setting you will die in stage one very easily if you lose focus" dificulty
Murderlol
( 1.4 horas registradas )
Publicada: 24 de maio
Anyone who's a fan of the shmup genre has at least heard of Ikaruga. It's a beautiful game that was previously on the gamecube and later ported to other systems. It's often cited as being one of the hardest shmups (and games in general) of all time. That's not a joke or an exaggeration. If you think you're going to walk into this game and beat it easily (without unlimited continues) you're wrong. It's very tough but also very rewarding with its dual phase mechanic. If your ship is black, you absorb black bullets and die in one hit. If you're white, it's the opposite. You have to use this mechanic to survive as the enemies will be blanketing the screen in bullets and lasers trying to kill you with alternating colors. I very much recommend this game but be aware that if you don't like hard games, this one may not be for you.
sabith
( 1.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 14 de maio
One of my favourite games of all time. "Only" 5 levels, but every one is beautiful. Short and sweet, incredible game. Assuming you like top down shooters, and enjoy very difficult games this is a must play. 9/10.
AquaNepper
( 0.8 horas registradas )
Publicada: 13 de maio
I can't even get past the second level!* That's how challenging this SHMUP is!


*no continues
Rukumouru
( 0.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 5 de maio
A perfect PC port of the classic (and hard as balls) shmup Ikaruga on Dreamcast. Supports higher native resolutions and X-Input controllers. So, basically, everything this port ever needed.

It's good. If you like shmups or are a fan of the original Arcade, Dreamcast or Gamecube releases, get this port. You won't regret it.
spectrumbots42
( 32.9 horas registradas )
Publicada: 3 de maio
Ikaruga's biggest strength is the fact that it plays like a puzzle game despite it being a shump. Unlike Radiant Silvergun, there are only two weapons (standard shot, and a series of lasers), and enemies have two color schemes (black and white) as suppose to three (red, blue, and yellow). Ikaruga has several improvements over Silvergun: The game is more fast-paced than its predecessor, as well as greatly reducing the clutter on the controls (you no longer need to press multiple buttons Simultaneously to initiate a special move). It does have its flaws: the game is rather short and can be beaten within 25 to 50 minutes, the visibility between enemies and obstacles can be hard to tell at times, as well as the lack of proper power-ups (as enemy chains only effect the score and rank). Nonetheless, Ikaruga is a fantastic title in its own right and if you're a fan of bullet hell games, or various Treasure games like Dynamite Headdy or Mischief Makers, this game is for you!
mindblaster42
( 4.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 26 de abril
shmups at it best
Jebby71
( 364.8 horas registradas )
Publicada: 8 de abril
This game is Premo!!! Play it now and achieve something for yourself, very difficult and bad ♥♥♥ game.
John Trilbyhats
( 0.9 horas registradas )
Publicada: 5 de abril
the music is so amazing like who nellies
and the game is cool too i guess
Kento
( 0.5 horas registradas )
Publicada: 4 de abril
extremely difficult game but also extremely fun! the polarity ability adds to the challenge of dodging bullets by absorbing them and having to constantly switch back and forth to avoid getting pinned down into a corner, timing is everything!

Really love the boss designs too.
rinick
( 6.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 31 de março
it was released 15 years ago, but today I still can't find any shooting game that's better than this.
Rusker
( 5.7 horas registradas )
Publicada: 31 de março
The idea of switching sides and absorbing bullets is cool, but there are some difficulty spikes in the middle of the levels that make the game not enjoyable at all. Repeating the same level multiple times just to die every time in the same spot (I'm looking at you, level 2) while the rest of the level is trivial doesn't seem right to me.
WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
( 4.8 horas registradas )
Publicada: 30 de março
It's ♥♥♥♥ing Ikaruga, dude. If you're into bullet hells you owe it to yourself to play this at least once.
danielstellar
( 23.0 horas registradas )
Publicada: 28 de março
Shortly after I started playing it, Ikaruga became my favourite game I have ever played. Its visual style is stunning... this is one of the games you will reconize from kilometers. And gameplay (polarity system) is so good... IT MAKES ANY OTHER GAME LOOK LIKE AS*! The game is hard, that is for sure, but with practice it becase just more and more enjoyable to play it over and over again. Also, the game features "appendix" mode, a gallery of illustrations and desings of characters and vhenicles from the game and its backstory and I was amazed by the detail and quality of the material in the gallery! Its stunning! And also the soundtrack from the game is the best one I have ever heard and you can listen to it in that mode also.
In addition to classic arcade mode, game has prototype mode and chapter select, where you can perfectcize a chapter you are having a trouble with.
Best shoot 'em up ever created... and one of the best games ever created that deserves to be in the same line with Half life 2 and similar games of that kind...
mud
( 0.5 horas registradas )
Publicada: 28 de março
We'll meet again someday soon.
[DFS] Sir Diabeetus
( 6.0 horas registradas )
Publicada: 27 de março
Ikarugua is a shooter hell game that was developedI by TREASURE, the same developer who made great classics like Gunstar Heroes, Guardian Heroes, Sin & Punishment, Radiant Silvergun, etc. This game was originally a Japan-exclusive game to the Arcades and the Dreamcast. It was released worldwide for the Nintendo Gamecube in 2003. This is game was also released to Xbox Live in 2011. then Steam port was released in February 18, 2014.

This game doesn't really feature power-ups, but it features a unique mechanic in exchange. This game allows you to change the prolarity of your ship to light and dark. If you chose the wrong polarity for the ship, you're basically screwed.

Ikarugua is really known for the challenge. Try playing it in hard mode, and you'll know why this game is seriously difficult. Ikarugua may be known for its difficulty, but it's also really addictive. The levels are really well-made and the music is really amazing in my opinion. The graphics are really good for this year. The Steam port of Ikarugua has gamepad support. I tested this game with a Xbox One controller, and it works pretty well. I'm not sure if this works with any gamepad other than a Xbox One controller, so can anyone please confirm it? The controls were very reponsive and stiff.

Just because this game is really good, that doesn't mean it has its flaws. One of the issues I have about this game is the story seems non-existent. The another issues is because of its difficulty, this game can possibly make someone throw a controller (or keyboard) to the wall. Ikaruga doesn't have many levels, and the levels are short if you mastered the game.

Pros
  • Unique Design
  • Amazing Soundtrack
  • Very Addictive
  • Challenging
  • Extremely Fun
  • Very Nice Gameplay
  • Amazing Graphics
  • Gamepad Support
  • Responsive Controls

Cons
  • Can take you a long time to beat the game
  • I know added the difficulty as a pro, but it also can be a con to others
  • Doesn't have many levels
  • Levels are short if you mastered the game
  • Non-existent Story

I recommend you to buy this game. It's one of the best shooters (Not counting FPS) in steam.

Reviewer's Notes
This is my first review, so please give me some feedback. I have low hours in this game, but I encourage you to try this game.

EDIT 5/15/16: Fixed some of grammatical errors.
William Anthonio Zeppeli
( 3.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 18 de março
Pros.
-the ability to switch between light and dark modes that absorb bullets of the same color and do more damage to enemies of the opposite color
-great level design.
-very difficult
-satisfying gameplay
cons
-non-existant plot
-very short
- forgettible music
Final overall score 7/10
FudoAkira
( 1.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 16 de março
I had to clear it in free mode, so really, anyone can pick up this game and beat it....eventually.
It is, under normal circumstances, almost inhumanly challenging, so BE WARNED.
It's a good looking, great running shoot-em-up (SHMUP, for the uninitiated) with a killer soundtrack.
Panamon
( 6.8 horas registradas )
Publicada: 10 de março
Pretty good shooter. Really fun and glorious. Awesome music too.

Too bad the devs forgot the first 15 levels out of 20!
It starts HARD and quicky turns into a fv(<!n§ HELL!!


And SO, what do these things have in common? Ikebana, Martial Arts, Anti-Tsunami barriers, Origami, Tea Ceremony, Ikaruga?

Answer: a complete obsession for total, asbolute control. Made in Japan.
This is a game made by perfectionists, that REALLY needs PERFECTION to be mastered,

Only for stubborn (and Japanese) players: you are advised!

PS: Oh, I love Japanese shape of mind so much. You guys really give a new sense to the word "gambarimasu!"
Hori
( 2.9 horas registradas )
Publicada: 7 de março
Buy this game.
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Ikaruga's biggest strength is the fact that it plays like a puzzle game despite it being a shump. Unlike Radiant Silvergun, there are only two weapons (standard shot, and a series of lasers), and enemies have two color schemes (black and white) as suppose to three (red, blue, and yellow). Ikaruga has several improvements over Silvergun: The game is more fast-paced than its predecessor, as well as greatly reducing the clutter on the controls (you no longer need to press multiple buttons Simultaneously to initiate a special move). It does have its flaws: the game is rather short and can be beaten within 25 to 50 minutes, the visibility between enemies and obstacles can be hard to tell at times, as well as the lack of proper power-ups (as enemy chains only effect the score and rank). Nonetheless, Ikaruga is a fantastic title in its own right and if you're a fan of bullet hell games, or various Treasure games like Dynamite Headdy or Mischief Makers, this game is for you!
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Esse jogo não é um bullet hell é um bullet TUDO!!!
- se você tocar em certas partes do cenário, você MORRE(e as fases são feitas pra te "prender" em cantos);
- se você for atingido por UM tiro da cor diferente da sua nave, você MORRE;
- se qualquer nave te tocar, adivinha... você MORRE;
- os chefes de fase possuem TEMPO limite pra serem destruídos(a parte boa é que se você sobreviver o suficente você passa de fase sem precisar matar o chefe);
- se você ficar no seu cantinho só alternando as cores da sua nave, você MORRE porque "coletar" todos os tiros é a única forma de você obter o tiro mais forte capaz de matar os inimigos, cenários, chefes, ou seja, o jogo te OBRIGA a se mexer;

Recomendo? SIM! Por dois motivos:
- tem a opção "free-play" (vidas infinitas) então até um noob como eu consegue terminar;
- pra você ter na sua biblioteca um jogo pra mostrar pros amigos e dizer: "DUVIDO você terminar sem usar continue!!!"
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I've loved this game since I got it on Dreamcast, and on GameCube, and I play it at my local arcade. The point is it's amazing.
The ability to switch color in order to absorb some bullets and become susceptible to others really adds new depth to the genre and is applied brilliantly.
The gameplay is fun and quick and gets more challenging as you go.
Definitely recommended for anyone who loves the R-Type or space shooter games.
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Ikarugua is a shooter hell game that was developedI by TREASURE, the same developer who made great classics like Gunstar Heroes, Guardian Heroes, Sin & Punishment, Radiant Silvergun, etc. This game was originally a Japan-exclusive game to the Arcades and the Dreamcast. It was released worldwide for the Nintendo Gamecube in 2003. This is game was also released to Xbox Live in 2011. then Steam port was released in February 18, 2014.

This game doesn't really feature power-ups, but it features a unique mechanic in exchange. This game allows you to change the prolarity of your ship to light and dark. If you chose the wrong polarity for the ship, you're basically screwed.

Ikarugua is really known for the challenge. Try playing it in hard mode, and you'll know why this game is seriously difficult. Ikarugua may be known for its difficulty, but it's also really addictive. The levels are really well-made and the music is really amazing in my opinion. The graphics are really good for this year. The Steam port of Ikarugua has gamepad support. I tested this game with a Xbox One controller, and it works pretty well. I'm not sure if this works with any gamepad other than a Xbox One controller, so can anyone please confirm it? The controls were very reponsive and stiff.

Just because this game is really good, that doesn't mean it has its flaws. One of the issues I have about this game is the story seems non-existent. The another issues is because of its difficulty, this game can possibly make someone throw a controller (or keyboard) to the wall. Ikaruga doesn't have many levels, and the levels are short if you mastered the game.

Pros
  • Unique Design
  • Amazing Soundtrack
  • Very Addictive
  • Challenging
  • Extremely Fun
  • Very Nice Gameplay
  • Amazing Graphics
  • Gamepad Support
  • Responsive Controls

Cons
  • Can take you a long time to beat the game
  • I know added the difficulty as a pro, but it also can be a con to others
  • Doesn't have many levels
  • Levels are short if you mastered the game
  • Non-existent Story

I recommend you to buy this game. It's one of the best shooters (Not counting FPS) in steam.

Reviewer's Notes
This is my first review, so please give me some feedback. I have low hours in this game, but I encourage you to try this game.

EDIT 5/15/16: Fixed some of grammatical errors.
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shmups at it best
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Sometimes I wonder if I'll ever really find someone that will truely understand me,kindred spirits or soulmates even. Then I think to myself...but no one has been able to co-op 1 coin clear IKARUGA, and the rest becomes easy.
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Red Herring ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

1. Make sure you're logged in and go to the Steam store page in your web browser (not Steam's one! Use Opera or Chrome as Firefox doesn't seem to work with this).
2. Go to Ikaruga's page.
3. Go to the search bar above and type "search" then press enter.
4. Type 1v7531 in the popup and hit enter.
5. BADGE!
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If you ever need to increase your blood pressure without the use of medications, simply play Ikaruga with three lives and no continues.
For the love of all that is good, no one make me a doctor.
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I already own the game, but it was a pleasant surprise to have to come here for a badge and free XP.
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Your frothing demand should be increasing for this.
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For a casual gamer like myself it's pretty hardcore. Had it on console back in the day. Seemed to remember it being easier than this. Anyway, read another more articulate reviewer who takes actual time and effort to explain the black and white polarity madness.

It's so much fun I cannot adequately put it in to words.
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A beautiful Shoot'em Up ! Classic & difficult.
Great GFX, beautiful effects

Highly recommended

Don't be nervous... or you will die ! Keep eyes opened !
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Kinda sad that this gem from such a reputable dev like Treasure had to go through Greenlight.
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“Wasted potential” comes to mind thinking about Ikaruga. A truly awesome mechanic that has never been used before wasted for a puzzle game.

The boss fights give a glimpse of what could have been, if Treasure had designed the game around survival play and surprise, surprise, they are the best parts of the game. (the first boss excluded, which is quite boring).

I simply can't be bothered to learn to chain since it's just not much fun. I tried it on the first stage, since it's quite easy there, but on stage 2 it's already way harder — and not just to properly chain while staying alive, but even more so to just figure out a route.

That really is the heart of Ikaruga: figuring out the best route to chain all the enemies and then of course also pull it off. I don't really care for that tough and especially not when I'm playing a shooting game.

Compared to other games with bad scoring systems like Dodonpachi, Ikaruga is way more designed around its scoring system — to such a point really that when you play for survival, the flow of the game (and the logic of the game world) is totally ♥♥♥♥ed up. There are long parts where all you do is change polarity every couple seconds and that's it. Enemies that don't even shoot at you are commonplace in Ikaruga, sections where you don't have to do almost anything in order to survive, plentiful.

Dodonpachi is at least still fun to play when you ignore scoring, Ikaruga is just depressing when you play it that way.
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The ultimate challenge, totally worth its price. Highly recommended for hardcore players.
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Esse é o meu jogo de nave favorito!

A mecânica de troca de polaridade é genial e funciona assim: sua nave troca de cores, com a nave azul você absorve tiros azuis (não morre com eles e ainda enche seus mísseis) e dá o dobro de dano em naves vermelhas... e vice-versa, com a nave vermelha você não precisa se preocupar com os tiros vermelhos. O desafiador é ir mudando de polaridade ao mesmo tempo que enfrenta os inimigos e ameaças das fases que são bem difíceis

O jogo é bonito, a trilha sonora é empolgante, e o design é muito elegante. Não tem que pegar power-ups, sua nave já começa forte como deve ser - sem preocupar com morrer e voltar com o tiro fraquinho no final da fase!

O sistema de pontuação traz um elemento a mais para o jogo: ao matar um conjunto de 3 inimigos da mesma cor, você ganha um bônus para a pontuação. Mas as fases são projetadas para você conseguir manter esse bônus durante muito tempo, navegando pela fase de uma maneira bem artística.

Um espetáculo! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5jeXQonsV4
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Um dos melhores jogos da navinha existentes agora no conforto do seu master-race. Com gráficos e textos melhorados (mas sem perder o charme original) a versão de Ikaruga pra PC é um perfeito exemplo de como um bom port pode ser produzido e agradar a todos os fans do original.

Apesar de algumas diferenças mínimas para a versão do dreamcast, o jogo traz diversas melhorias como leaderboard, modo prototype e suporte a monitor vertical. Se você já era fã da versão original para Dreamcast ou Arcade, pode comprar o port de PC sem medo. Caso nunca tenha jogado, se prepare para um jogo excelente mas com uma dificuldade absurda ;)
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Dualidade. Dualidade entre luz e sombra. Eis um tema abordado com maestria em grandes clássicos, entre eles umas das maiores aventuras da história dos games em The Legend of Zelda: a Link to the Past.
Para Ikagura não somente é inserido o tema como ele se faz parte de um grande conceito em jogabilidade, como também acontece no clássico dito anteriormente.
Já se percebe como Ikaruga segue os passos que representaram uma fórmula de sucesso no passado para projetar a base de uma grande e inovadora experiência. Que se torna mais um grande clássico, diga-se a verdade!

Aqui você assume controle de uma nave capaz de alterar sua polaridade. Você, então, brinca com a dualidade de inicio e, como estamos falando de um jogo da Treasure, dominar essa mecânica já nas primeiras fases torna-se essencial para a vitória ante massacrante dificuldade dos próximos desafios - não sendo apenas mero capricho de estilo.

A saraivada de tiros que virá em seu caminho é intimidadora. Mas igualmente intimidador - e vencedor - será um jogador que bem sabe mudar a polaridade para absorver os projeteis inimigos! Assim se carrega com rapidez os tiros teleguiados especiais que atravessam a tela para causar o mais potente estrago que é permitido ao jogador! Além de manter as "chains" que aumentam a pontuação e ranking.
Aí se apresenta algo simples: sempre absorva a cor da polaridade de sua nave, ao passo que as da cor oposta lhe destruirão em apenas um contato.
E a execução da manobra é rápida, ágil com o apertar de um botão. Bem como manobrar-se pela tela, que é extremante fluido, sem engasgos. Tudo rodando no mais suave e perfeitamente cravado 60fps!
Assim, a Treasure, não se responsabiliza por sua falta de destreza! E esta habilidade será posta ao limite! Quem também obtiver a virtude da insistência prevalecerá nos placares e conquistas!

Pra fechar o pacote desse jogão, com o lançamento no Steam vem uma série de opções bem completas: diversas configurações gráficas, de tela, de controle (incluindo um modo de controlar as duas naves ao mesmo tempo - utilzinado as duas alvancas analógicas simultâneamente!), modos de jogo, dificuldades e por aí vai!
E para os fãs, uns bons extras: trading cards, artes e músicas para ver, ouvir e imaginar qual é a narrativa por traz desse mundo cheio de estilo e jogabilidade criado pelos mestres Treasure!
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Ikaruga é um poema em forma de shmup!!!! A mecânica de polaridade do jogo foi uma grande sacada, sendo copiada posteriormente por diversos jogos de outros gêneros. Insdispensavél pra quem curte shmup's e um desafio insano!!!!!!
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