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  • Don Pachi
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  • The DonPachi series (also known as the DoDonPachi series, after the second game) is a series of Shoot Em Ups by CAVE. It is by far one of Cave's most iconic game franchises, with DoDonPachi being one of the earliest Bullet Hell titles. At first glance, it appears to be yet another game about flying a ship and blasting alien/robotic invaders, but many dark secrets lie beneath the surface. Art design for the first three games is done by "Joker" Junya Inoue. The series spans seven games: Compare Mushihime-sama, one of Cave's other big Bullet Hell series.
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  • The DonPachi series (also known as the DoDonPachi series, after the second game) is a series of Shoot Em Ups by CAVE. It is by far one of Cave's most iconic game franchises, with DoDonPachi being one of the earliest Bullet Hell titles. At first glance, it appears to be yet another game about flying a ship and blasting alien/robotic invaders, but many dark secrets lie beneath the surface. Art design for the first three games is done by "Joker" Junya Inoue. The series spans seven games: * DonPachi (Arcade / Saturn / PlayStation, 1995) * DoDonPachi (Arcade / Saturn / PlayStation, 1997) * DoDonPachi: DaiOuJou [DEATH Label] (Arcade / PlayStation 2 / Xbox 360, 2002) * DoDonPachi: DaiOuJou Black Label EXTRA (Xbox 360, 2009) * DoDonPachi Blissful Death (iOS, 2012) * DoDonPachi: DaiFukkatsu (Arcade, 2008; JP Xbox 360, 2010; iOS and Android (as DoDonPachi Resurrection), 2010; EU Xbox 360, 2011 (as DoDonPachi Resurrection)) * DoDonPachi: DaiFukkatsu BLACK Label (Arcade, 2010; Xbox 360 port released on February 3,2011 [Two versions: As add-on in form of DLC, or as stand-alone game with an exclusive Arrange Mode, which basically is a crossover of Daifukkatsu and Ketsui]) * DoDonPachi Maximum (Windows Phone 7, 2012) * DoDonPachi SaiDaiOuJou (Arcade, Spring 2012) There was also a game named DoDonPachi II: Bee Storm released for the Arcade in 2001. It was developed by the Taiwanese company IGS, designed to show off the capabilities of the PolyGame Master arcade hardware (which DaiOuJou and Ketsui would later be developed for). Compare Mushihime-sama, one of Cave's other big Bullet Hell series. Not to be confused with that spike orange guy from Bobobobo Bobobo.