Guerrilla War – Nes – Full Playthrough – No Hits Run



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Guerrilla War, released in Japan as Guevara, is an overhead run and gun game produced by SNK. Originally released for arcades in 1987 as a coin-operated arcade game, Guerrilla War followed the adventures of two unnamed rebel commandos (Che Guevara and Fidel Castro in the Japanese version) as they raid an unnamed Caribbean Island in order to free it from the rule of an unnamed tyrannical dictator. Along the way the players vanquish hordes of enemy soldiers while attempting to rescue hostages (with large score deductions for any hostages killed in the crossfire), collecting various weapons and operating tanks for a


limited amount of time.The arcade version, released by SNK in 1987, followed the highly successful format for overhead arcade shooters that SNK had pioneered with its landmark Ikari Warriors (1986). Using eight-way rotary joysticks, the game allowed players to move their character in one direction while rotating the joystick in order to shoot in another. The game was moderately successful, and spawned ports onto home video game systems. In 1988, SNK released home editions on the PC, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum home computers and the NES/Famicom 8-bit console. Because of the limits of the


home platforms,the pow are different.The home versions did not have the rotating joysticks. However, and unlike Ikari Warriors, the NES/Famicom versions proved to be very well adapted to the system and more popular than the arcade version. The NES version’s two-player simultaneous play, unlimited continues, and frantic action gave it an edge over its arcade predecessor. This NES version featured Box cover art by Marc Ericksen, who was also responsible for the cover illustration For Ikari Warriors III the Rescue and SNK’s P.O.W. Now also available on Playstation Network.As the original title indicates, the game is based on the


exploits of the famous revolutionary Che Guevara.The defeat of the Batista regime in Cuba in the late 1950s. In addition, player 2’s character was Fidel Castro. Castro as he appears in this game is ranked fifth in Electronic Gaming Monthly’s list of the top ten video game politicians.Nevertheless, fearing anti-Communist sentiments in the West, SNK did a localisation of the game’s dialogue and instruction manual for its North American and European releases. The version of Guevara released for the Japanese Famicom is a sought-after item for many video game collectors.The game was praised for is good graphics,fluid sound.



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41 thoughts on “Guerrilla War – Nes – Full Playthrough – No Hits Run

  1. Im from the philippines and this was called Castro and Guevarra. Now that i learned a lot about their revolution, i appreciate it even more. Any Mao game out there?

  2. Wow, the leader in the end is a pretty big wus…went down with only 200 rounds and 40 grenades landing on him!

  3. It was called Cuba in India, used to play this almost 22years ago, I still remember the day i finished this game finall with my dad sleeping near by, he didn't even scold me for the sound. Today iam here and I can see the game again here but I don't have my dad with me :(.
    This reminds me of him

  4. Im thinking if a pre-columbian battle with bows,arrows n slings has this same kind of funcional mechanics.

  5. I love how the player is just blowing away hostages with no concern.  This definitely seems like the way Che and Castro would wage the war.

  6. Now do it on hard mode instead of normal/easy mode (not sure which on you are on here)!

    But seriously, awesome run! I remember the first time I beat this game on hard without continuing! My heart was racing so much. You seemed very nervous at the end too. But you did it. Interesting fact: on hard the dictator is worth 100K. If you beat the whole game without continuing though you get an extra 100K from killing him. Not sure how much he is worth on normal/easy but it doubles there too.

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