R-TYPE II

R-TYPE II


A CLASSIC OLD-SCHOOL GAME
R-Type II is a horizontal scrolling shooter arcade game developed and published by Irem in 1989. This classic old-school game is the sequel to R-Type and the story takes place two years after. The player controls a ship called the R-9C which is an improved version of its predecessor, the R-9.
The Bydo Empire is back! Take it down with power-ups, two new types of weapons, the Search Laser and Shotgun Laser, and a new anti-ground unit bomb.

WITH ORIGINAL FEATURES
• Unlock six levels each with its own unique boss.
• Upgrade to new weapons, power-ups, and attachments to fight wave of enemies.
• Keep original graphics or choose improved ones thanks to filter and scanline options

… AND NEW FEATURES TOO!
• Choose between three difficulty settings: unlimited (unlimited lives), normal (same as original) & insane (more challenge!).
• Two control modes: Touch and virtual D-Pad
• Customizable controls
• Auto Fire ON/OFF
• Available in 10 languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Chinese and Portuguese.
• Play in full-screen, or keep the game’s original screen ratio
• Google Play Game Services: 11 unlockable achievements + online leaderboards (normal & insane modes only)
• Compatible with the MoGa Wireless Game Controllers, NVIDIA SHIELD, Xperia Play & more.
• Available on M.O.J.O.
• Tablet support

Are you looking for challenge? R-Type II is the perfect game!

Recent changes:
v1.1:
- Android TV support
- Android 5.0 support
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$2.74
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4.3
User ratings
4944
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
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File size
35972 kb
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About R-TYPE II
A CLASSIC OLD-SCHOOL GAME
R-Type II is a horizontal scrolling shooter arcade game developed and published by Irem in 1989. This classic old-school game is the sequel to R-Type and the story takes place two years after. The player controls a ship called the R-9C which is an improved version of its predecessor, the R-9.
The Bydo Empire is back! Take it down with power-ups, two new types of weapons, the Search Laser and Shotgun Laser, and a new anti-ground unit bomb.

WITH ORIGINAL FEATURES
• Unlock six levels each with its own unique boss.
• Upgrade to new weapons, power-ups, and attachments to fight wave of enemies.
• Keep original graphics or choose improved ones thanks to filter and scanline options

… AND NEW FEATURES TOO!
• Choose between three difficulty settings: unlimited (unlimited lives), normal (same as original) & insane (more challenge!).
• Two control modes: Touch and virtual D-Pad
• Customizable controls
• Auto Fire ON/OFF
• Available in 10 languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Chinese and Portuguese.
• Play in full-screen, or keep the game’s original screen ratio
• Google Play Game Services: 11 unlockable achievements + online leaderboards (normal & insane modes only)
• Compatible with the MoGa Wireless Game Controllers, NVIDIA SHIELD, Xperia Play & more.
• Available on M.O.J.O.
• Tablet support

Are you looking for challenge? R-Type II is the perfect game!

Recent changes:
v1.1:
- Android TV support
- Android 5.0 support

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Wednesday 10:41 PM
Maverick I love it
A Google User
Aug 21, 2015
No moga No moga support
A Google User
Aug 21, 2015
I have the original arcade game! See my YouTube for arcade GoPro gameplay! I have all three of the original R-Type arcade games - I'm the world's number one fan of the series. It's cool to be able to play 1 and 2 on the go on my phone. R-Type II on my Galaxy S5 does seem to play at a faster speed/pace than the actual arcade hardware. I also have it on the Xbox360 and at the end of the day this game plays best on the actual arcade machine but it's pretty good for a mobile app for sure and not everyone can fit (or even find) the old classic arcade machines in their homes.
A Google User
Aug 20, 2015
**BLAST FROM THE PAST** 90s Retro City baby loved it when I was a kid and still love it now ;-)
A Google User
Aug 19, 2015
Holy fkkk this game but <3 it. Straight port i grew up with. Ridiculously mean and impossibly hard..... but i <3 it. Awesome game.