Aleste (アレスタ?) was the first game in the Aleste series of shoot ’em up video games. It was made by the Japanese developer Compile and released in 1988, Aleste was developed for the MSX ported to the Sega Master System. Outside of Japan the game is known as Power Strike

The original version of Aleste played similar to Compile’s shooter Zanac, which had a similar AI system which increases the enemies’ variety, aggressiveness and number. It also shared the same kind of power-up system.

The original MSX Aleste has been re-released on Nintendo’s Virtual Console service for the Nintendo Wii in Japan in 2008


Aleste Offical Artworks & Illustrations,Ads, Flyers,Renders Cover and Concept Art:



Aleste in Game-Art-HQ Art Projects:




Selected and featured Aleste Fan Art:


Aleste Tribute Art

by Daniel Vendrell Oduber




Aleste Screenshot Gallery:



Characters from Aleste in the Game-Art-HQ Database:



Updates in the Aleste Gallery

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