Contributed By: matt91486, JUndaunted, and Colin. Additionally the FC version refers to each level as an "area" instead of "stage". It first appears by charging at and clinging near the helicopter missile’s front tip from the lower-left of the screen. Wing Soldier (NES Super Contra)

•Variants It then closes up and rolls away. Notes: Enemies and objects that take multiple hits to defeat have increased strength with increasing difficulty. When it’s damaged to a certain extent, it enters the second phase. Optional components of Emperor-Demon Gyaba. •Soundtrack Grenadier (arcade Super Contra) Unlike its source counterpart, it is more useful since it causes more damage. Adding to this confusion is the artwork of Contra Advance’s packaging, which resembles the artwork style of Contra: Shattered Soldier’s packaging.

Log In to add custom notes to this or any other game. This conversion was released almost to coincide with the release of Contra: Shattered Soldier. It is temporarily protected by the pair of destructible Gyaba Eyes. Some are deep pits that make for a very high fall and a usually unknown or inescapable landing area. The Stage 3 boss's arms are red and blue instead of grey and red. commence

Today's newest renegade space hero, Captain Bucky O'Hare,... Privacy PolicyCookie SettingsDo Not Sell My InformationReport Ad. •Point Of Entry Rapidly fires smalls blue missiles in short intervals.

The brain is vulnerable from the moment it starts flying.

-The password system is faulty, as a number of passwords provided for the player are invalid when inputted. Found in stages: 6

 

I will do my utmost

•Road Warriors In the first phase, it rests in the center of the screen and a variety of spheres orbit around it, constantly changing its speed and alternating between clockwise and counter-clockwise directions.

beyond this point.

Stage 6: Alien Cave Wing Soldier (NES Super Contra) Blue-colored, terminator-like robot.

Found in stages: 1, These alien dogs are initially part of the background scenery, eating trash; shortly after the player runs past them, they run in the player’s direction.

The cannon is damaged and destroyed by its own charged blasts.

The player fights 2 of these robots simultaneously. •Stages

Also of note is that there is a sound test only available in the FC version, similar to the sound test later featured in Super C and Gradius II.

This mini-boss is not present on the Novice difficulty setting during regular play. These particular ones are "soul", "dipper" (or "battle"), and "silk" (or "ancient Rome"). In parentheses are any particularities or if the given element pertains to a specific version of a Contra game. It crawls to a random spot on the floor/ceiling/walls and casts a fibrous projection that moves in a straight line. This being is the result of infusing an alien cell into a human. キチ ハカイ ノ メイレイ ヲ クダシタ. The ending sequence presents monochrome stills from each stage’s main boss battle (based on the selected difficulty). Rip Off A Rip-Off: Stage 2: Train NTSC-U: Contra Advance: The Alien Wars EX, The title screen displays the year 2003 in the PAL release, while the other 2 releases display 2002.

They periodically and alternatively launch 3 Energy Pellets diagonally upwards/downwards. Found in stages: 3. If done correctly, you will receive a message from Red Falcon, vowing his revenge. Proceeding

These enemies run a short distance before they open their wings and jump down off the ground/platform.

The Brain grows a pair of legs and sidesteps to the left and right randomly. Found in stages: 3.

This mini-boss is not present on the Novice difficulty setting during regular play. Phase 2 begins once all 4 Retracting Spears are destroyed.

However, patch codes can be used to access the fifth and sixth stages on Novice mode. Although the head appears to take damage throughout the battle, damage is only registered once it begins its regular attack pattern.

Others contain a deadly surface or a pool of dangerous substances. It can be accessed from the title screen: select player number by pressing Select as usual, then press Start, but before the screen fades out, hold Up + Left + A + Select—the level select should appear and all buttons and directions can now be released. The player is safe only between the legs.

The top eggs haven't been updated accordingly. Some of the missiles help damage the Ship Core in the second phase, if they aren’t countered. commence The second phase depends on which one of them remains. Communication will be impossible Found in stages: 1, Underground pipes that have cracks in them at several spots. When the boss jumps to the left side of the screen, its right head extends a short distance and retracts a few times before extending much longer. As each one is destroyed, the remaining spears move even faster.

This version of the Spread Gun is more damaging than its source. The boss uses its head for a few attacks. 2 Player Mode features some differences from 1 Player Mode. Found in stages: 4.

Cracked gray sphere selection. Optionally, this second Wall can be destroyed by the tank: Alien head (Emperor-Demon Dragon God Java): Alien heart (Emperor-Demon Evil Heart Gomera Mosking): NES Super Contra’s final boss (Shadow Beast Kimkou): The Xenomorph ripoff boss from arcade Super Contra’s 4th stage (Metal Alien): It is much more dynamic, but does not fire a projectile.

Textured blue sphere selection. カイヘイタイ ショゾク ノ ”コントラ” Contra – Cheats NES . The flashing light panel on the boss uses a more elaborate animation in the FC version. A ring of Cracked White Beads surrounds the player. This mini-boss isn’t damaged by the player’s weaponry. annihilated Red Falcon? This causes the teal parts of the shots to blend in with the background. The brain diagonally unloads 3 indestructible bouncing marbles that bounce around the screen until the phase ends. Homing Missiles (Operation C) A large cannon that aims diagonally down-right. Shoots piercing beams at a decent rate that deal high amounts of damage. Found in stages: 1, As the name implies, falling into these kills the player. For some reason the boss' arms are lower by one pixel in the North American version. NESReleased in JP: February 9, 1988Released in US: February 1988Released in EU: December 28, 1990. Spread Gun, (arcade Contra)

The FC version starts off at a higher difficulty than its NES counterparts.

3 self-inflicted shots will defeat the mini-boss. •Cheats, Assistance

Contra's PAL version, Probotector, notably changes humans in the game, including protagonists Lance and Bill, into robots. An alien creature with features of both a frog and a spider. Found in stages: 1, Large fireballs that bounce vertically in and out of the lava. Found in stages: 1, They chase the player, even jumping over small obstacles to do so. Found in stages: 4, When the player’s bike approaches their vehicle, they drop a grenade. The gun turret actively aims and fires a bullet at the player in an upper semi-circle arc range.

The Brain moves to the ground at the far right. Their weak points are their tips. In the Japanese version, the stages are directly termed stages, whereas the overseas counterparts refer to them as levels. Next, it fires dual energy beams that move in a somewhat helical pattern. Junker HQ Support: Red Salamander:

At the start of each stage, the NES version displays the name of the stage on a simple black screen along with the current lives and scores for each player (with each score counter blinking), as well as the current high score. Guarding the Train Car Door, he actively aims and fires bullets at the player. Found in stages: 5, The true final boss of the game. Found in stages: 1, Spat out by Slave Beast Taka, these crawlers simply move leftwards off-screen. The player must battle the back end of the ship.

These enemies do not use any attacks. 2 hanging beams are located on opposite ends; they alternate between rotating clockwise and counter-clockwise, briefly pausing before changing direction. •Regional Differences Wall Mouth (arcade Contra)

the strongest combatants, possessing fierce fighting spirits The weak point is then concealed again and the upper eye fires a high-energy beam at the player’s general direction. The former ends the game on the fourth stage and the ending cannot be seen.

This mini-boss is not present on the Novice difficulty setting during regular play. In the first phase, the Lateral Heads extend and retract 1-3 times before the entire alien creature rises up a few feet. The FC version has a unique jingle that plays after completing the final stage (the same jingle is also played in the end of the original arcade game). system is

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Contributed By: matt91486, JUndaunted, and Colin. Additionally the FC version refers to each level as an "area" instead of "stage". It first appears by charging at and clinging near the helicopter missile’s front tip from the lower-left of the screen. Wing Soldier (NES Super Contra)

•Variants It then closes up and rolls away. Notes: Enemies and objects that take multiple hits to defeat have increased strength with increasing difficulty. When it’s damaged to a certain extent, it enters the second phase. Optional components of Emperor-Demon Gyaba. •Soundtrack Grenadier (arcade Super Contra) Unlike its source counterpart, it is more useful since it causes more damage. Adding to this confusion is the artwork of Contra Advance’s packaging, which resembles the artwork style of Contra: Shattered Soldier’s packaging.

Log In to add custom notes to this or any other game. This conversion was released almost to coincide with the release of Contra: Shattered Soldier. It is temporarily protected by the pair of destructible Gyaba Eyes. Some are deep pits that make for a very high fall and a usually unknown or inescapable landing area. The Stage 3 boss's arms are red and blue instead of grey and red. commence

Today's newest renegade space hero, Captain Bucky O'Hare,... Privacy PolicyCookie SettingsDo Not Sell My InformationReport Ad. •Point Of Entry Rapidly fires smalls blue missiles in short intervals.

The brain is vulnerable from the moment it starts flying.

-The password system is faulty, as a number of passwords provided for the player are invalid when inputted. Found in stages: 6

 

I will do my utmost

•Road Warriors In the first phase, it rests in the center of the screen and a variety of spheres orbit around it, constantly changing its speed and alternating between clockwise and counter-clockwise directions.

beyond this point.

Stage 6: Alien Cave Wing Soldier (NES Super Contra) Blue-colored, terminator-like robot.

Found in stages: 1, These alien dogs are initially part of the background scenery, eating trash; shortly after the player runs past them, they run in the player’s direction.

The cannon is damaged and destroyed by its own charged blasts.

The player fights 2 of these robots simultaneously. •Stages

Also of note is that there is a sound test only available in the FC version, similar to the sound test later featured in Super C and Gradius II.

This mini-boss is not present on the Novice difficulty setting during regular play. These particular ones are "soul", "dipper" (or "battle"), and "silk" (or "ancient Rome"). In parentheses are any particularities or if the given element pertains to a specific version of a Contra game. It crawls to a random spot on the floor/ceiling/walls and casts a fibrous projection that moves in a straight line. This being is the result of infusing an alien cell into a human. キチ ハカイ ノ メイレイ ヲ クダシタ. The ending sequence presents monochrome stills from each stage’s main boss battle (based on the selected difficulty). Rip Off A Rip-Off: Stage 2: Train NTSC-U: Contra Advance: The Alien Wars EX, The title screen displays the year 2003 in the PAL release, while the other 2 releases display 2002.

They periodically and alternatively launch 3 Energy Pellets diagonally upwards/downwards. Found in stages: 3. If done correctly, you will receive a message from Red Falcon, vowing his revenge. Proceeding

These enemies run a short distance before they open their wings and jump down off the ground/platform.

The Brain grows a pair of legs and sidesteps to the left and right randomly. Found in stages: 3.

This mini-boss is not present on the Novice difficulty setting during regular play. Phase 2 begins once all 4 Retracting Spears are destroyed.

However, patch codes can be used to access the fifth and sixth stages on Novice mode. Although the head appears to take damage throughout the battle, damage is only registered once it begins its regular attack pattern.

Others contain a deadly surface or a pool of dangerous substances. It can be accessed from the title screen: select player number by pressing Select as usual, then press Start, but before the screen fades out, hold Up + Left + A + Select—the level select should appear and all buttons and directions can now be released. The player is safe only between the legs.

The top eggs haven't been updated accordingly. Some of the missiles help damage the Ship Core in the second phase, if they aren’t countered. commence The second phase depends on which one of them remains. Communication will be impossible Found in stages: 1, Underground pipes that have cracks in them at several spots. When the boss jumps to the left side of the screen, its right head extends a short distance and retracts a few times before extending much longer. As each one is destroyed, the remaining spears move even faster.

This version of the Spread Gun is more damaging than its source. The boss uses its head for a few attacks. 2 Player Mode features some differences from 1 Player Mode. Found in stages: 4.

Cracked gray sphere selection. Optionally, this second Wall can be destroyed by the tank: Alien head (Emperor-Demon Dragon God Java): Alien heart (Emperor-Demon Evil Heart Gomera Mosking): NES Super Contra’s final boss (Shadow Beast Kimkou): The Xenomorph ripoff boss from arcade Super Contra’s 4th stage (Metal Alien): It is much more dynamic, but does not fire a projectile.

Textured blue sphere selection. カイヘイタイ ショゾク ノ ”コントラ” Contra – Cheats NES . The flashing light panel on the boss uses a more elaborate animation in the FC version. A ring of Cracked White Beads surrounds the player. This mini-boss isn’t damaged by the player’s weaponry. annihilated Red Falcon? This causes the teal parts of the shots to blend in with the background. The brain diagonally unloads 3 indestructible bouncing marbles that bounce around the screen until the phase ends. Homing Missiles (Operation C) A large cannon that aims diagonally down-right. Shoots piercing beams at a decent rate that deal high amounts of damage. Found in stages: 1, As the name implies, falling into these kills the player. For some reason the boss' arms are lower by one pixel in the North American version. NESReleased in JP: February 9, 1988Released in US: February 1988Released in EU: December 28, 1990. Spread Gun, (arcade Contra)

The FC version starts off at a higher difficulty than its NES counterparts.

3 self-inflicted shots will defeat the mini-boss. •Cheats, Assistance

Contra's PAL version, Probotector, notably changes humans in the game, including protagonists Lance and Bill, into robots. An alien creature with features of both a frog and a spider. Found in stages: 1, Large fireballs that bounce vertically in and out of the lava. Found in stages: 1, They chase the player, even jumping over small obstacles to do so. Found in stages: 4, When the player’s bike approaches their vehicle, they drop a grenade. The gun turret actively aims and fires a bullet at the player in an upper semi-circle arc range.

The Brain moves to the ground at the far right. Their weak points are their tips. In the Japanese version, the stages are directly termed stages, whereas the overseas counterparts refer to them as levels. Next, it fires dual energy beams that move in a somewhat helical pattern. Junker HQ Support: Red Salamander:

At the start of each stage, the NES version displays the name of the stage on a simple black screen along with the current lives and scores for each player (with each score counter blinking), as well as the current high score. Guarding the Train Car Door, he actively aims and fires bullets at the player. Found in stages: 5, The true final boss of the game. Found in stages: 1, Spat out by Slave Beast Taka, these crawlers simply move leftwards off-screen. The player must battle the back end of the ship.

These enemies do not use any attacks. 2 hanging beams are located on opposite ends; they alternate between rotating clockwise and counter-clockwise, briefly pausing before changing direction. •Regional Differences Wall Mouth (arcade Contra)

the strongest combatants, possessing fierce fighting spirits The weak point is then concealed again and the upper eye fires a high-energy beam at the player’s general direction. The former ends the game on the fourth stage and the ending cannot be seen.

This mini-boss is not present on the Novice difficulty setting during regular play. In the first phase, the Lateral Heads extend and retract 1-3 times before the entire alien creature rises up a few feet. The FC version has a unique jingle that plays after completing the final stage (the same jingle is also played in the end of the original arcade game). system is

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Contributed By: matt91486, JUndaunted, and Colin. Additionally the FC version refers to each level as an "area" instead of "stage". It first appears by charging at and clinging near the helicopter missile’s front tip from the lower-left of the screen. Wing Soldier (NES Super Contra)

•Variants It then closes up and rolls away. Notes: Enemies and objects that take multiple hits to defeat have increased strength with increasing difficulty. When it’s damaged to a certain extent, it enters the second phase. Optional components of Emperor-Demon Gyaba. •Soundtrack Grenadier (arcade Super Contra) Unlike its source counterpart, it is more useful since it causes more damage. Adding to this confusion is the artwork of Contra Advance’s packaging, which resembles the artwork style of Contra: Shattered Soldier’s packaging.

Log In to add custom notes to this or any other game. This conversion was released almost to coincide with the release of Contra: Shattered Soldier. It is temporarily protected by the pair of destructible Gyaba Eyes. Some are deep pits that make for a very high fall and a usually unknown or inescapable landing area. The Stage 3 boss's arms are red and blue instead of grey and red. commence

Today's newest renegade space hero, Captain Bucky O'Hare,... Privacy PolicyCookie SettingsDo Not Sell My InformationReport Ad. •Point Of Entry Rapidly fires smalls blue missiles in short intervals.

The brain is vulnerable from the moment it starts flying.

-The password system is faulty, as a number of passwords provided for the player are invalid when inputted. Found in stages: 6

 

I will do my utmost

•Road Warriors In the first phase, it rests in the center of the screen and a variety of spheres orbit around it, constantly changing its speed and alternating between clockwise and counter-clockwise directions.

beyond this point.

Stage 6: Alien Cave Wing Soldier (NES Super Contra) Blue-colored, terminator-like robot.

Found in stages: 1, These alien dogs are initially part of the background scenery, eating trash; shortly after the player runs past them, they run in the player’s direction.

The cannon is damaged and destroyed by its own charged blasts.

The player fights 2 of these robots simultaneously. •Stages

Also of note is that there is a sound test only available in the FC version, similar to the sound test later featured in Super C and Gradius II.

This mini-boss is not present on the Novice difficulty setting during regular play. These particular ones are "soul", "dipper" (or "battle"), and "silk" (or "ancient Rome"). In parentheses are any particularities or if the given element pertains to a specific version of a Contra game. It crawls to a random spot on the floor/ceiling/walls and casts a fibrous projection that moves in a straight line. This being is the result of infusing an alien cell into a human. キチ ハカイ ノ メイレイ ヲ クダシタ. The ending sequence presents monochrome stills from each stage’s main boss battle (based on the selected difficulty). Rip Off A Rip-Off: Stage 2: Train NTSC-U: Contra Advance: The Alien Wars EX, The title screen displays the year 2003 in the PAL release, while the other 2 releases display 2002.

They periodically and alternatively launch 3 Energy Pellets diagonally upwards/downwards. Found in stages: 3. If done correctly, you will receive a message from Red Falcon, vowing his revenge. Proceeding

These enemies run a short distance before they open their wings and jump down off the ground/platform.

The Brain grows a pair of legs and sidesteps to the left and right randomly. Found in stages: 3.

This mini-boss is not present on the Novice difficulty setting during regular play. Phase 2 begins once all 4 Retracting Spears are destroyed.

However, patch codes can be used to access the fifth and sixth stages on Novice mode. Although the head appears to take damage throughout the battle, damage is only registered once it begins its regular attack pattern.

Others contain a deadly surface or a pool of dangerous substances. It can be accessed from the title screen: select player number by pressing Select as usual, then press Start, but before the screen fades out, hold Up + Left + A + Select—the level select should appear and all buttons and directions can now be released. The player is safe only between the legs.

The top eggs haven't been updated accordingly. Some of the missiles help damage the Ship Core in the second phase, if they aren’t countered. commence The second phase depends on which one of them remains. Communication will be impossible Found in stages: 1, Underground pipes that have cracks in them at several spots. When the boss jumps to the left side of the screen, its right head extends a short distance and retracts a few times before extending much longer. As each one is destroyed, the remaining spears move even faster.

This version of the Spread Gun is more damaging than its source. The boss uses its head for a few attacks. 2 Player Mode features some differences from 1 Player Mode. Found in stages: 4.

Cracked gray sphere selection. Optionally, this second Wall can be destroyed by the tank: Alien head (Emperor-Demon Dragon God Java): Alien heart (Emperor-Demon Evil Heart Gomera Mosking): NES Super Contra’s final boss (Shadow Beast Kimkou): The Xenomorph ripoff boss from arcade Super Contra’s 4th stage (Metal Alien): It is much more dynamic, but does not fire a projectile.

Textured blue sphere selection. カイヘイタイ ショゾク ノ ”コントラ” Contra – Cheats NES . The flashing light panel on the boss uses a more elaborate animation in the FC version. A ring of Cracked White Beads surrounds the player. This mini-boss isn’t damaged by the player’s weaponry. annihilated Red Falcon? This causes the teal parts of the shots to blend in with the background. The brain diagonally unloads 3 indestructible bouncing marbles that bounce around the screen until the phase ends. Homing Missiles (Operation C) A large cannon that aims diagonally down-right. Shoots piercing beams at a decent rate that deal high amounts of damage. Found in stages: 1, As the name implies, falling into these kills the player. For some reason the boss' arms are lower by one pixel in the North American version. NESReleased in JP: February 9, 1988Released in US: February 1988Released in EU: December 28, 1990. Spread Gun, (arcade Contra)

The FC version starts off at a higher difficulty than its NES counterparts.

3 self-inflicted shots will defeat the mini-boss. •Cheats, Assistance

Contra's PAL version, Probotector, notably changes humans in the game, including protagonists Lance and Bill, into robots. An alien creature with features of both a frog and a spider. Found in stages: 1, Large fireballs that bounce vertically in and out of the lava. Found in stages: 1, They chase the player, even jumping over small obstacles to do so. Found in stages: 4, When the player’s bike approaches their vehicle, they drop a grenade. The gun turret actively aims and fires a bullet at the player in an upper semi-circle arc range.

The Brain moves to the ground at the far right. Their weak points are their tips. In the Japanese version, the stages are directly termed stages, whereas the overseas counterparts refer to them as levels. Next, it fires dual energy beams that move in a somewhat helical pattern. Junker HQ Support: Red Salamander:

At the start of each stage, the NES version displays the name of the stage on a simple black screen along with the current lives and scores for each player (with each score counter blinking), as well as the current high score. Guarding the Train Car Door, he actively aims and fires bullets at the player. Found in stages: 5, The true final boss of the game. Found in stages: 1, Spat out by Slave Beast Taka, these crawlers simply move leftwards off-screen. The player must battle the back end of the ship.

These enemies do not use any attacks. 2 hanging beams are located on opposite ends; they alternate between rotating clockwise and counter-clockwise, briefly pausing before changing direction. •Regional Differences Wall Mouth (arcade Contra)

the strongest combatants, possessing fierce fighting spirits The weak point is then concealed again and the upper eye fires a high-energy beam at the player’s general direction. The former ends the game on the fourth stage and the ending cannot be seen.

This mini-boss is not present on the Novice difficulty setting during regular play. In the first phase, the Lateral Heads extend and retract 1-3 times before the entire alien creature rises up a few feet. The FC version has a unique jingle that plays after completing the final stage (the same jingle is also played in the end of the original arcade game). system is

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The bullets actively seek enemy targets. This fodder object is not present on the Novice difficulty setting during regular play. Although he is harmless, he directs the deployment of several Kamikaze Soldiers to drop on the player. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. Another area of criticism is in the sound.

This page was last edited on 6 August 2020, at 09:38. Additionally, the number of flags on the side of the helicopter increases with each consecutive playthrough, for a maximum of 6 flags.

They will also shoot a lot more, and some enemies may have more hit points.

Rather than being spelled out in katakana as would usually be done, "Contra" is spelled out in ateji, which are kanji chosen for their sound and not necessarily their meaning. Most, if not all of the names provided here are unofficial.

Contributed By: matt91486, JUndaunted, and Colin. Additionally the FC version refers to each level as an "area" instead of "stage". It first appears by charging at and clinging near the helicopter missile’s front tip from the lower-left of the screen. Wing Soldier (NES Super Contra)

•Variants It then closes up and rolls away. Notes: Enemies and objects that take multiple hits to defeat have increased strength with increasing difficulty. When it’s damaged to a certain extent, it enters the second phase. Optional components of Emperor-Demon Gyaba. •Soundtrack Grenadier (arcade Super Contra) Unlike its source counterpart, it is more useful since it causes more damage. Adding to this confusion is the artwork of Contra Advance’s packaging, which resembles the artwork style of Contra: Shattered Soldier’s packaging.

Log In to add custom notes to this or any other game. This conversion was released almost to coincide with the release of Contra: Shattered Soldier. It is temporarily protected by the pair of destructible Gyaba Eyes. Some are deep pits that make for a very high fall and a usually unknown or inescapable landing area. The Stage 3 boss's arms are red and blue instead of grey and red. commence

Today's newest renegade space hero, Captain Bucky O'Hare,... Privacy PolicyCookie SettingsDo Not Sell My InformationReport Ad. •Point Of Entry Rapidly fires smalls blue missiles in short intervals.

The brain is vulnerable from the moment it starts flying.

-The password system is faulty, as a number of passwords provided for the player are invalid when inputted. Found in stages: 6

 

I will do my utmost

•Road Warriors In the first phase, it rests in the center of the screen and a variety of spheres orbit around it, constantly changing its speed and alternating between clockwise and counter-clockwise directions.

beyond this point.

Stage 6: Alien Cave Wing Soldier (NES Super Contra) Blue-colored, terminator-like robot.

Found in stages: 1, These alien dogs are initially part of the background scenery, eating trash; shortly after the player runs past them, they run in the player’s direction.

The cannon is damaged and destroyed by its own charged blasts.

The player fights 2 of these robots simultaneously. •Stages

Also of note is that there is a sound test only available in the FC version, similar to the sound test later featured in Super C and Gradius II.

This mini-boss is not present on the Novice difficulty setting during regular play. These particular ones are "soul", "dipper" (or "battle"), and "silk" (or "ancient Rome"). In parentheses are any particularities or if the given element pertains to a specific version of a Contra game. It crawls to a random spot on the floor/ceiling/walls and casts a fibrous projection that moves in a straight line. This being is the result of infusing an alien cell into a human. キチ ハカイ ノ メイレイ ヲ クダシタ. The ending sequence presents monochrome stills from each stage’s main boss battle (based on the selected difficulty). Rip Off A Rip-Off: Stage 2: Train NTSC-U: Contra Advance: The Alien Wars EX, The title screen displays the year 2003 in the PAL release, while the other 2 releases display 2002.

They periodically and alternatively launch 3 Energy Pellets diagonally upwards/downwards. Found in stages: 3. If done correctly, you will receive a message from Red Falcon, vowing his revenge. Proceeding

These enemies run a short distance before they open their wings and jump down off the ground/platform.

The Brain grows a pair of legs and sidesteps to the left and right randomly. Found in stages: 3.

This mini-boss is not present on the Novice difficulty setting during regular play. Phase 2 begins once all 4 Retracting Spears are destroyed.

However, patch codes can be used to access the fifth and sixth stages on Novice mode. Although the head appears to take damage throughout the battle, damage is only registered once it begins its regular attack pattern.

Others contain a deadly surface or a pool of dangerous substances. It can be accessed from the title screen: select player number by pressing Select as usual, then press Start, but before the screen fades out, hold Up + Left + A + Select—the level select should appear and all buttons and directions can now be released. The player is safe only between the legs.

The top eggs haven't been updated accordingly. Some of the missiles help damage the Ship Core in the second phase, if they aren’t countered. commence The second phase depends on which one of them remains. Communication will be impossible Found in stages: 1, Underground pipes that have cracks in them at several spots. When the boss jumps to the left side of the screen, its right head extends a short distance and retracts a few times before extending much longer. As each one is destroyed, the remaining spears move even faster.

This version of the Spread Gun is more damaging than its source. The boss uses its head for a few attacks. 2 Player Mode features some differences from 1 Player Mode. Found in stages: 4.

Cracked gray sphere selection. Optionally, this second Wall can be destroyed by the tank: Alien head (Emperor-Demon Dragon God Java): Alien heart (Emperor-Demon Evil Heart Gomera Mosking): NES Super Contra’s final boss (Shadow Beast Kimkou): The Xenomorph ripoff boss from arcade Super Contra’s 4th stage (Metal Alien): It is much more dynamic, but does not fire a projectile.

Textured blue sphere selection. カイヘイタイ ショゾク ノ ”コントラ” Contra – Cheats NES . The flashing light panel on the boss uses a more elaborate animation in the FC version. A ring of Cracked White Beads surrounds the player. This mini-boss isn’t damaged by the player’s weaponry. annihilated Red Falcon? This causes the teal parts of the shots to blend in with the background. The brain diagonally unloads 3 indestructible bouncing marbles that bounce around the screen until the phase ends. Homing Missiles (Operation C) A large cannon that aims diagonally down-right. Shoots piercing beams at a decent rate that deal high amounts of damage. Found in stages: 1, As the name implies, falling into these kills the player. For some reason the boss' arms are lower by one pixel in the North American version. NESReleased in JP: February 9, 1988Released in US: February 1988Released in EU: December 28, 1990. Spread Gun, (arcade Contra)

The FC version starts off at a higher difficulty than its NES counterparts.

3 self-inflicted shots will defeat the mini-boss. •Cheats, Assistance

Contra's PAL version, Probotector, notably changes humans in the game, including protagonists Lance and Bill, into robots. An alien creature with features of both a frog and a spider. Found in stages: 1, Large fireballs that bounce vertically in and out of the lava. Found in stages: 1, They chase the player, even jumping over small obstacles to do so. Found in stages: 4, When the player’s bike approaches their vehicle, they drop a grenade. The gun turret actively aims and fires a bullet at the player in an upper semi-circle arc range.

The Brain moves to the ground at the far right. Their weak points are their tips. In the Japanese version, the stages are directly termed stages, whereas the overseas counterparts refer to them as levels. Next, it fires dual energy beams that move in a somewhat helical pattern. Junker HQ Support: Red Salamander:

At the start of each stage, the NES version displays the name of the stage on a simple black screen along with the current lives and scores for each player (with each score counter blinking), as well as the current high score. Guarding the Train Car Door, he actively aims and fires bullets at the player. Found in stages: 5, The true final boss of the game. Found in stages: 1, Spat out by Slave Beast Taka, these crawlers simply move leftwards off-screen. The player must battle the back end of the ship.

These enemies do not use any attacks. 2 hanging beams are located on opposite ends; they alternate between rotating clockwise and counter-clockwise, briefly pausing before changing direction. •Regional Differences Wall Mouth (arcade Contra)

the strongest combatants, possessing fierce fighting spirits The weak point is then concealed again and the upper eye fires a high-energy beam at the player’s general direction. The former ends the game on the fourth stage and the ending cannot be seen.

This mini-boss is not present on the Novice difficulty setting during regular play. In the first phase, the Lateral Heads extend and retract 1-3 times before the entire alien creature rises up a few feet. The FC version has a unique jingle that plays after completing the final stage (the same jingle is also played in the end of the original arcade game). system is

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