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Extra life
Venom
Blow a nova up faster
Twin Blaster
Get a power-up
Whale
Never Ending Level
Rotate and zoom in at the end of a game
Play with the polygons
Black Hole
Out of this World
Out of this Dimension
Jackpot machine


Extra life

Sent in by Justin Baker On certain levels there is three triangles rotating. If you shoot 3-5 times in the middle of it, a life should appear. If it's not done correctly nothing will happen.

Venom

Sent in by Jon Chase Choose path 1, play through until you come to the Asteroid Field. When you come to the third caterpillar blast the rotating Asteroid and fly though middle. Next blast the smiling asteroid and fly into the Black Hole. Once inside keep flying until you come to the third yellow ring. Fly into it and your at Venom.

Blow a nova up faster

Sent in by Mjones32@aol.com To blow up a nova up faster, press A again after you fire it.

Twin Blaster

Fly through all the arches at the beginning of the first stage (any level of difficulty), and a Twin Blaster will appear a short distance ahead of you, under the last arch.

Get a power-up

Whenever you see a roughly circular formation of rocks or other objects, you can generally cause a power-up to appear by flying through the space in the center of them. It doesn't seem to matter if you accidentally destroy some of the objects, so long as you fly through the area that was originally surrounded by them.

Whale

The Whale appears if you do not shoot any Blue Sting Rays. It will appear on the Amoeba level of Path 2, the one that ends in the spinning boss with the long arms. (The stage right before Venom.) It appears just before you reach the boss, and drops enough power-up's that you reach the boss with full energy, a shield, double twin blasters, and 5 nova bombs.

Never Ending Level

This trick requires the Plasma Cannon. To find the never ending level, choose course three and get to the second stage. In the asteroid belt you'll find two asteroids which are much larger than the others. Use your Plasma Cannon to blast the large asteroid on the lower right-hand side. A bird will appear. Fly into it to enter the Never Ending Level!

Rotate and zoom in at the end of a game

When the game ends and the Air-wing is spinning around, press Y on Controller Two to select an enemy. You can now rotate and zoom in and out just like you could with the Air-wing.

Play with the polygons

At the "Continue?" screen, you can play with the polygons in the game with the following controller functions. Controller 1 = Left + Right-Rotate horizontally Up + Down-Rotate vertically L button-Zoom in R button-Zoom out X button-Stop rotation A buton-Hold button to "Draw" with object Controller 2 = Any button will change the object

Black Hole

To get to the Black Hole, play the game at "Level 1" difficulty until you reach the second stage. When you get past the third caterpillar, you'll see a rotating row of asteroids with an orange one in the middle. Shoot the middle one and fly through the gap. You'll come across two more pairs of asteroids that rotate. Do the same thing you did with the first. If done right, you will find a "laughing" asteroid. Destroy it to find the Black Hole bonus stage.

Out of this World

To get to the stage, "Out of this World" play at the "Level 3" game. Roughly 30 seconds into the stage, you'll find two giant asteroids with craters visable on there surfaces, first on the left, then on the right. Shoot the right asteroid, and it will explode. Moments later, a giant bird will appear. Fly into the bird and you'll be sent to a wired nebula that will appear on the lower side of the map.

Out of this Dimension

Play on Path 3, the hardest one. Finish the first area by defeating the Ground Carrier. In the second area (Asteroid Belt), fly along, doing the usual things (destroying ships and rocks) until you see a large asteroid approaching on the left or left-middle of the screen. This is your clue to start watching for another large asteroid that approaches on the *right* of the screen. When this one on the right shows up, start shooting it, as fast as you can. If you pump enough firepower into it, it'll break open just before it passes you, and it will spit out an egg. The egg will float off into the distance (You might want to try to shoot it, this may or may not be vital), and then it will hatch into a bird. The bird will slowly make its way towards you. When it gets pretty close, start trying to keep it in your cross-hairs. (Try doing this from the Cockpit view, although it might not matter.) Fly into it when it gets close -- try to hit it around its chest level. Decelerated so you have a better chance of aiming for it. If it goes past you, crash into rocks to die, and try it again with your next ship. It takes less than a minute to reach the bird's location from the start of the Asteroid Belt, so this isn't too annoying. If you hit it correctly, the screen will go weird on you, and you'll be dropped back to the Map Screen. Your ship will be moved to a small galaxy-shaped thing that wasn't visible before. Congratulations. You're now in "Out of this Dimension."

Jackpot machine

It's a fairly easy area, but there don't seem to be any powerups of any kind. Just pieces of 'paper' floating around that fold themselves into paper airplanes and missiles and then come after you. Destroy them for a while, and you'll get the "incoming enemy" message and sound effect. A giant jackpot machine will fly in. It has no energy bar. The only way past it seems to be by getting "7 7 7" on its wheels. Sometimes the buttons under the windows will light after a spin. Shooting the button will keep the wheel above it from spinning on your next pull of the lever. (You pull the lever by shooting it.) Unfortunately, I can't figure out what lights the buttons, and you can't shoot them unless they're lit, so you can't save your 7's unless they're lit. (There's also a demon-faced thing that can come up when you spin -- if any of them come up, the jackpot machine flips over and spits out lasers and missiles a couple of times. One person threw a Nova Bomb at the machine while it was spinning, and it come up demon-demon-demon. Coincidence? Don't know. But it shot at him a lot more than it normally does.) Any spin that contains a cherry is a "win", and the machine flips over and spits out orange and gray coins. If you fly through them, they replenish your shields. These "wins" prevent you from saving any of the wheels on your next spin. If you get "7 7 7", the machine spits out a bunch of coins and then blows up. You get the usual sound effects from destroying a boss, and then the credits roll. You can fly around trying to dodge the credits, but it seems not to really do anything. Later, the letters "THE END" will show up, in various colors and positions. Shooting them makes them fly away and come back in a different orientation and/or color. If you get them all orange and right-side-up, they all fly away and come back again. There seems to be no real point to it. It keeps on doing this.


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