DYSNOMIA is an all-Robot GirlThird-Person Shooter doujin game by 2CCP. For those into cute and sexy robot girls armed to the teeth with all sorts of weapons, then this is the game for you!During its initial release on December of 2008, there wasn't much other than a small handful of Armed Dolls to play around with, although each girl was given different weapon "Types" to compensate for the small roster of characters. It had an Arcade Mode and an online Network Mode to battle other players over the internet. Over the course of time, the game received update patches to fix bugs in the game and refine the gameplay mechanics. This eventually led to the game getting an enhanced version of the game in the form of DYSNOMIA Exburst, which adds everything expected from a Mission Pack Sequel except the patches to upgrade the base game to DYSNOMIA Exburst are available from the developers' website free of charge for those who bought the original pressing of the game (versions between v1.00 to v1.09). DYSNOMIA Exburst adds a new Story Mode, more playable characters, a re-tooled HUD, and other added features.So far, there has been no word of an English-translation for the game.Not to be confused with the Xbox LIVE Indie Games title with the same name.
Blow You Away: Linavulgar can summon up tornadoes with her Type-B weapons. Dysnomia Type-C can summon electrical tornadoes.
Boobs of Steel: Both literally and figuratively speaking for Linavulgar.
Camera Lock-On: Middle mouse button (or the Lock-On button on a controller) can be to lock your cursor to a specific enemy you're facing, although this can lead to some Camera Screw if you or your opponents are zipping by really fast.
Camera Perspective Switch: Pressing the F4 key pulls the camera further away from your character, giving you a wider view of your surroundings. Pressing it again shifts the camera into a first-person perspective. Pressing it a third time changes the camera back to its original position.
Charge Attack: Some of Armed Dolls' weapons have one, such as Sylphyris charging her Megalauncher for a more powerful beam, or Meryl.Y.T Type-C charging up a bigger and stronger rocket punch.
Guide Dang It: Unlocking Dysnomia Type-C in DYSNOMIA Exburst. The best bet there is to unlocking her third variant is by playing through the Story Mode and get the true ending each of the six characters after unlocking Valstar, Dysnomia, and Gloriana first.
Mercy Invincibility: Invoked whenever a player recovers from taking too many shots at once or from a high-powered attack. This can be accidentally cancelled out should the player try to break their fall.
Mini-Mecha: Meryl.Y.T pilots one with Type-A and B.
Mission Pack Sequel: While print copies of DYSNOMIA Exburst do exist, the developers does have patches to upgrade the original version of DYSNOMIA to Exburst available from the game's webpage.
More Dakka: Some of the automatic weapons, like Sylphyris' Beamgun.
Most Gamers Are Male: Invoked when Meryl.Y.T addresses the player as onii-chan after being selected in story mode.
Ms. Fanservice: While robot girls like Linavulgar and Dysnomia fits the description, Gloriana is the Ms. Fanservice among Ms. Fanservices.
Multiple Endings: Two in DYSNOMIA Exburst's Story Mode, a normal ending and a true ending.
Scoring Points: In Arcade Mode and Exburst's Story Mode, you get points for defeating enemies, and at end of each round, a bonus based on how quickly you cleared the stage and enemies defeated. If you clear a stage without losing a life, you get a No Miss Bonus of 50,000pts, but if you were able to win without taking damage, you get Perfect Bonus worth 100,000pts instead. Clearing Story Mode gives you a 500,000pts bonus, and depending if you got the normal or true ending, you get 100,000pts or 500,000pts respectively as well.
Sequential Boss: In Story Mode, Gloriana, and to lesser extent, Valstar and Dysnomia. You fight all three forms of Gloriana (presented in reverse order) with no rest in between forms. With Valstar and Dysomia, you have to deal with two of their forms although there's a reason for that with the latter.
Victory Pose / Victory Quote: Everyone gets one depending on the results. This applies even when they lose. This is averted if they were destroyed, win or lose.
Video Game Dashing: Each character can glide across the arena quickly with the Boost button at of the expense of their Boost Gauge. The meter recharging once you stop dashing. Air dashing is possible while airborne.
Video Game Flight: Pressing and holding the jump button allows you to fly upwards in the air, which also uses up your Boost Gauge.