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Gun-Nac
Box artwork for Gun-Nac.
Japanese titleガンナック
Developer(s)Compile
Publisher(s)
Designer(s)Takayuki Hirono
Kouji Mizuta
Release date(s)
Flag of the United States.svg September, 1991
Genre(s)Shooter
System(s)NES
Mode(s)Single player
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Gun-Nac (ガンナック Gan-Nakku?) is a 1990 2D vertical scrolling shooter developed by Compile and published by Tonkin House for the NES. The game was released in Japan on October 5, 1990 and in North America in September of 1991. The title is a portmanteau of two other games, Gunhed and Zanac.

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From the back of the box.

 The most happening place in the universe is the trendy, upscale solar system of IOTA Syntehtica, part of the Galactic Federation of artificial stars. It's as far from dirty old Earth as can be... But don't sign up to go yet.
 A strange cosmic energy field with a major attitude has engulfed the system, and the most outrageous things are happening. Ordinary inanimate objects are coming to life - harmless little animals are becoming rabid giants - and the freaked-out residents are under attack!
 The only Galactic Commander who can handle this ordeal is the eccentric renegade called Gun-Nac. He can oust this aura that's threatening the destruction of comfortable artifical life as we know it. But where in the universe is he? He could be as far away as Eart, searching for a new Game Pak. Commander Gun-Nac, if you read this, call H.Q. A.S.A.P., O.K.? We N.E.E.D. you!

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