The devilish creatures you’ll face off against
This rocklike monster may look tough, but on his underside, you’ll find tender flesh which is just begging to be shot at.
Keep low and most of Dragoon’s shots will pass over your character. Keep firing at his fleshy weak spots to take him down.
A serpentine monster with a human face, Peeble doesn’t fire projectiles but prefers to dart around the screen.
Stay in the middle of the screen and pay attention to Peeble’s off-screen dives. He darts around the screen in a clockwise pattern.
An unholy combination of man and machine, this guy isn’t going to let leaves on the track slow down his quest to utterly destroy you.
Keep to the left of the screen when the boss drops from the top, then concentrate your fire on the head while shifting to avoid incoming bullets.
Gark is basically a massive oven with a bad temper. He spews flame and conceals his weak spot behind a massive metal beard.
Watch out for red projectiles and keep an eye on Gark’s mouth – not only is his weak point inside, he opens it to vomit fire in your direction.
This floating humanoid has a pained expression and floats around in a cross-legged position. Relaxation isn’t on his agenda.
Watch out for the blue projectiles Slog fires – if your bullets hit them, they’ll split into more projectiles, keep moving in order to survive.
This floating mollusc waits for you halfway through the ocean level and surrounds itself with a hardened shell to avoid damage.
Watch out for the wide spray of projectiles as well as the shelllike missiles Oglithan releases from time to time.
Part-machine, part-human, Monotrog is a devilish contraption made up of an airship and disembodied heads.
Stay in the middle of the screen and focus your fire on the flying machine while avoiding the projectiles and missiles flung your way.
Perhaps the oddest-looking boss in any shmup ever, Perfidy has a body shaped exactly like a John Thomas. Poor fella.
One of the hardest bosses in the game, Perfidy hurls out loads of nippy projectiles – aim for the
head and keep moving.
Masseboth adopts two forms: his first is a sunken ship, but once this has been dispatched his true form reveals itself – a massive head.
There are a lot of projectiles to avoid during this fight, but as long as you keep your wits about you, you’ll be fine.
Totally limbless and attached to some horrificlooking pipework, Orrpus isn’t having the best of days. No wonder he’s in such a grump.
Avoid the red blood cells which fill the screen and make sure you hit Orrpus’ floating heart when you get the chance – that’s his weak spot.
The main bad guy is a rather pathetic figure, a shrivelled form twisted and bent by his own insane plans of domination.
The projectiles fired by this boss aren’t fast, but they’ll chase you around,so you need to keep moving while focusing your fire on its heart.