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Gynoug - Sega Genesis

Gynoug is a rad, horizontally scrolling shoot 'em up featuring a shirtless dude with wings who flies through ancient environments, underwater levels, machines and a stomach!! Highly recommended!
  • Release date: 1991
  • Genre: SHMUP
  • Developer: Masaya
  • Publisher: Dreamworks
  • Players: 1-Player
  • Donated by: Alexander from Duisburg, Germany
  • SpaceVault page Created by: CGR
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Also known as Wings of Wor. Gynoug has a few things wrong with it despite it being a really fun game. First off I find the movement in this to be pretty jerky, making it frustrating to fly around relentless bullets coming at you. On top of that many things obstruct your vision including the background itself. The bullets blend in with the background making it hard to see whats coming at you. Despite the flaws Gynoug is a really cool game with cool bosses! Worth a grab!

Gynoug is pretty fun and has a really awesome main character. It's not the best sidecrolling shooter on the Mega Drive, but it's worth a shot.


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