Godzilla: Monster of Monsters! [Nintendo]

Game Specifics
Playable Characters
Worlds and Stages
Enemies
Bosses
Passwords
US / Japan Differences

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Godzilla: Monster of Monsters! [Nintendo]

 

Godzilla: Monster of Monsters!

   
  • Publisher:
    Toho
  • Developer:
    Compile
  • # of Players:
    Single player
  • Japanese Title:
    ゴジラ
  • Release:
    1988 (Japan)
    1989 (US)
  • System:
    Nintendo

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Story

"In 2XXX A.D. when the orbits of Pluto and Neptune exchange their positions, the Earth receives a declaration of war from an unknown planet.

The invaders from Planet X attack the Earth as part of their plan to conquer the entire universe using a legion of space monsters. The Earth sends Godzilla, King of the Monsters on the Earth, and Mothra to defend itself. Godzilla advances through battle stages called Ring Fields provided in interplanetary space to battle that legion of space monsters controlled by Planet X. Godzilla must battle its way from one Ring Field to another, and finally defeat King Ghidorah at Planet X to defend Earth. For the sake of the future of the Earth, Godzilla's fierce battle now begins..."


Ally

Moonlight SY-3

Moonlight SY-3 Moonlight SY-3

Godzilla and Mothra's lone ally against the onslaught of foes set forth by the Xiliens is the Moonlight SY-3. The ship will fly overhead and let loose a volley of blue/yellow orbs which will damage enemies they come in contact with or have a chance to drop a Life Capsule.

The Moonlight SY-3 will differ in appearance based on which monster is being played. It will appear blue when playing as Godzilla and yellow when playing as Mothra.

From: Destroy All Monsters (1968)


Items

Life Capsule

Life Capsule

These capsules appear through out the game, often hidden in enemies or breakable objects. When collected they will partially replenish the life of whichever monster picked it up.

 

Power Capsule

Power Capsule

These capsules appear only in the Sub-Space stages and are dropped by the Dogora Cells present there. They work like the life capsules except they replenish power instead of life.


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Playable Characters - Worlds and Stages - Enemies - Bosses - Passwords - US / Japan Differences