They’ll port it to anything.
It’s highly likely that you will have encountered the simple fun addictiveness that is Space Invaders at some point, even if you missed it in the arcades. Ports, slight updates and compilations have appeared on a wide variety of systems over the years - Atari 2600, Spectrum, NES, Master System, Game Boy, Playstation,...
"I thought, 'Hey, I can probably do that'"
As the reputed black sheep of the Nintendo console family, one might think 1995’s Virtual Boy to be the last piece of hardware capable of garnering an enthusiast following today. Discontinued after less than a year on the market and never released in Europe, the elusive red-and-black headset is remembered...
The Office of Film and Literature Classification says so, but which ones?
Those Space Invaders have been around for 30 years now and are still going strong. New adaptions are keeping the series fresh yet recognisable, and it seems the latest instalment could be making an appearance on home consoles and/or handheld systems. A recent
Space Invaders Virtual Collection is a compilation that includes Space Invaders, Space Invaders Part II.
Both games can be played in Virtual 3D or Original 2D modes.
In 3d mode, the view has been tilted about 45 degrees so it looks like the invaders are approaching player.
Challenge mode is a single-stage version of 3D Space Invaders and Space Invaders Part II. Time Attack and Score Attack features are available.