|Space Invaders '95: The Attack of the Lunar Loonies|
|North American Name||Space Invaders '95: The Attack of the Lunar Loonies|
|Platforms||Arcade, PlayStation 2|
Space Invaders '95: The Attack of the Lunar Loonies (あっかんべえだあー, Akkanvader), is an Arcade game released in 1995 by Taito for it's Taito F3 Arcade board. It is a parody game in the same vein as the Parodius series from Konami, spoofing various Taito properties and featuring colorful, super-deformed designs. It was never ported to any system at the time of it's release, but was later included on the Taito Legends 2 compilation for the PlayStation 2.
Gameplay is much like any Space Invaders game, with the player's ship moving along the bottom with four shields protecting it above. Players must shot the incoming waves of enemies, but now it is possible to charge the shot, releasing a more powerful shot. This game also features bonus stages, with enemies flying in patterns similar to Galaga, and boss battles at the end of each world.
In the character selection screen, Player 1 is confined to use the characters available to 1P side, and player 2 is confined to use the characters available to 2P side.
- Teke-Teke, piloted by Dan & Mayumi
- Toilet, piloted by Benben & Penpen
- Bucket, piloted by Harry & Nancy
- Silver Hawk, piloted by Clyde & Bonnie
- Amulet, piloted by Sayo-Chan & Miyo-Chan
Content Related to Darius SeriesEdit
The Silver Hawk is one of the selectable ships in this game, being piloted by the characters Clyde and Bonnie. The second boss of the game, No. 106780 Yamato, is an amalgamation of three bosses from the original Darius. Another boss, My Home Daddy's Girl, is a spoof of My Home Daddy from Darius Plus.