Salamander

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Salamander
DeveloperKonami
PublisherKonami
Systems3DS, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, iOS, Mobile, MSX, NES, PC Engine, PS3, PS4, PSP, Switch, TurboGrafx-16 Mini, Vita, Wii, Wii U, Windows, Xbox One, X68000, ZX Spectrum
ReleasedArcade
JP: July 4, 1986 (Salamander)
NA: October 1986
EU: 1986
JP: 1987 (Life Force)
Famicom/NES
JP: September 25, 1987
NA: August 1988
EU: November 22, 1989
MSX
JP: December 1987
EU: 1987
X68000
JP: October 1988
Amstrad CPC
EU: 1988
ZX Spectrum
EU: 1988
Commodore 64
EU: 1988
NA: 1989
PC Engine
JP: December 6, 1991
Mobile Phone
JP: August 18, 2003
Wii Virtual Console
JP (PC Engine): September 11, 2007
JP (Famicom): December 24, 2008
NA (NES): February 16, 2009
MSX
JP: January 12, 2010
PlayStation 3
JP: July 21, 2010
iOS
WW: December 20, 2010
3DS Virtual Console
JP: February 20, 2013
EU: December 19, 2013
NA: January 23, 2014
Windows (Project EGG)
JP (PC Engine): March 3, 2014
JP (MSX): May 19, 2015
Wii U Virtual Console
NA (NES): August 21, 2014
EU (NES): September 18, 2014
JP (Famicom): October 8, 2014
JP (PC Engine): October 22, 2014
PlayStation 4
JP (Arcade Archives): November 27, 2015
PS4, Switch, Windows, Xbox One
WW (Anniversary Collection): April 18, 2019
TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine Core Grafx Mini
NA: May 22, 2020
EU: June 5, 2020
Added to
museum
Windows (Anniversary Collection): May 25, 2020

Salamander (沙羅曼蛇サラマンダ), known as Life Force in the North American release and in the Japanese re-release and as Life Force: Salamander in Europe, is a shoot 'em up video game by Konami.