Gamera: Gyaos Destruction Strategy

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Gamera: Gyaos Destruction Strategy
Gamera: Gyaos Destruction Strategy box art
Developer Sammy
Publisher Sammy
Platforms Nintendo Super Famicom
Languages Japanese
Genre Strategy

Gamera: Gyaos Destruction Strategy (ガメラ ギャオス撃滅作戦,   Gamera: Gyaosu Gekimetsu Sakusen) is a 1995 strategy game developed and published by Sammy for the Nintendo Super Famicom. It was released as a tie-in for Gamera the Guardian of the Universe, released that same year.


Much like Godzilla 2: War of the Monsters for the NES, Gamera: Gyaos Destruction Strategy is a real-time strategy game in which the player pits the JSDF against Gamera and Gyaos, luring them into a cluster of four blue squares with military units. At the same time, the player must position units, evacuate key personnel, and protect cities. A game over occurs if either the base (brown square) gets destroyed, too many buildings are damaged, or if the player gets the monster into the trap before the preparations are finished (which will be indicated via time at the top of the screen - when it's done, the trap is ready). All game over conditions can actually be turned off when the player first starts the game.


Tanks and missile tanks (T-90 and SRS) - The player can place these in the path of the monster to lure it in the opposite direction that they're pointed in. If the player enough missile tanks, it will either force the monster in the direction it's pointed or ultimately be useless.

Ballistic missiles (GM) - These are used to force the monster in another direction. They blow up buildings and the number of missiles indicates the area.

Fighter jets (F-15) - These are the most expensive unit, but also the most effective. They force the monster in the direction pointed.

The player must switch to close-up view on the yellow flags and use the top-right command to pick them up. When the arrow is green, the trap is ready. If the arrow is red, the weapon will not arrive on time. White means everything is normal.


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Gamera: Gyaos Destruction Strategy commercial


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