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  1. Hi, everyone! This is my first post to the forum, so please bear with me if I do something wrong, but I assure you I'm trying my best to follow the guidelines. This game is now kinda old, but since I'm new to the community I'd like to share it anyway. It was my first ever HTML5 game. It's been around since 2011 and it's heavily inspired by the Gradius / Nemesis saga, more specifically the Parodius spin-off. It has also been available for a while in the Chrome Web Store, where it fared well among some of the very first games to be available there. The game features 8 sequential levels, with 4 hidden stages. Every normal level has a boss and a challenging moment. Collect items left by enemies to charge and power up your weapons. It also features continuous play, in which every time you finish it gets increasingly difficult, with some variations in the backgrounds. It also has an auto save feature, so you can keep playing it forever, at least as long as you don't reset your browser data. Here's the link: https://diogoschneider.github.io/starship/ Some people find the game very difficult to play, some don't. I guess it will depend on your expertise with the genre and similar games. If you'd like to know more about my other projects, you can also visit my website: https://diogoschneider.github.io And here's the link to Quick, the game engine I've been working on since 2014 and was derived from my first games: https://diogoschneider.github.io/quick/ Thank you for your time! Cheers!