Sky Shark NES Game Cartridge
Sky Shark was released for the NES in 1989. The original title of the game was Flying Shark. It had a sequel that was called Fire Shark. Tim Follin composed the soundtrack for the NES game, with this title being his first. The player will take control of a biplane and use it to enemies on land, in air, and on naval crafts across a variety of environments. Specific waves of the enemy airplanes will produce bonuses after they are shot down like powerups, bonus points, or extra lives. Every stage will start and end on a runway. When the player lands on a runway after the initial takeoff, 3,000 points multiplied by the number of bombs on hand is added to their score. The player will begin with 3 bombs in every stage or after dying. There are a total of five stages with it looping from the second stage indefinitely.
Region: NTSC (North America)