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* EveryTenThousandPoints: 4 million and 10 million in BWR, and that's it. ''Plus'' has extends every 5 million, and there's no limit to how many extends you can get.



* EveryTenThousandPoints: 4 million and 10 million in BWR, and that's it. ''Plus'' has extends every 5 million, and there's no limit to how many extends you can get.


'''Blue Wish Resurrection''' is a doujin [[FreewareGames freeware]] VerticalScrollingShooter developed by x.x. Game Room and released in 2006. It is the [[SequelDisplacement sequel]] to ''Blue Wish''.

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'''Blue ''Blue Wish Resurrection''' Resurrection'' is a doujin [[FreewareGames freeware]] VerticalScrollingShooter developed by x.x. Game Room and released in 2006. It is the [[SequelDisplacement sequel]] to ''Blue Wish''.


* ShoutOut: Possibly, [[GuiltyGear Heaven Or(ginal) Hell]].

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* ShoutOut: Possibly, [[GuiltyGear [[VideoGame/GuiltyGear Heaven Or(ginal) Hell]].


'''Blue Wish Resurrection''' is a doujin [[FreewareGames freeware]] VerticalScrollingShooter developed by x.x. Game Room and released in 2006. It is the [[SequelDisplacement sequel]] to a much lesser-known game, ''Blue Wish''.

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'''Blue Wish Resurrection''' is a doujin [[FreewareGames freeware]] VerticalScrollingShooter developed by x.x. Game Room and released in 2006. It is the [[SequelDisplacement sequel]] to a much lesser-known game, ''Blue Wish''.

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'''Blue Wish Resurrection''' is a doujin [[FreewareGames freeware]] VerticalScrollingShooter developed by x.x. Game Room and released in 2006. It is the [[SequelDisplacement sequel]] to a much lesser-known game, ''Blue Wish''.

The gameplay is your typical bread-and-butter BulletHell game, with three levels of difficulty ([[IdiosyncraticDifficultyLevels Heaven, Original, and Hell]]) and two different ships, [[TitleDrop Blue Wish]] and Blue Hope. An additional ship, Blue Peace, can be unlocked by completing Heaven difficulty or higher on one credit.

However, BWR is a bit on the NintendoHard side, being a BulletHell shooter with no slowdown whatsoever, meaning that you have to dodge everything at full speed even if there are more bullets on screen than there is empty space.

A second version of the game, ''Blue Wish Resurrection Plus'', was released in 2008 and features all ships available to play as well as the [[GuestFighter Eden's Edge]], a new soundtrack, and {{Palette Swap}}s of the five stages. It also has a number of adjustments that make it easier for new players, such as more [[EveryTenThousandPoints extends]] and deliberate slowdown when there are excessive bullets on screen. As such, some players have taken to calling it a good beginner's shmup.

You can download BWR and BWR+ at x.x.'s website [[http://www004.upp.so-net.ne.jp/x_xgameroom/ here]].
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!!''Blue Wish Resurrection'' contains exampes of the following:
* AutobotsRockOut: The true final boss theme of plus.
* BulletHell
* HarderThanHard: The Accel mode, which causes bullets to accelerate. Originally a separate difficulty in BWR, it was changed to an option in ''Plus''.
* EveryTenThousandPoints: 4 million and 10 million in BWR, and that's it. ''Plus'' has extends every 5 million, and there's no limit to how many extends you can get.
* HardModePerks: A minor variant -- If you finish the game with Auto-Guard off, you get 500,000 more points for each remaining life.
* NintendoHard: Mostly the original BWR. ''Plus'' introduces slowdown, which makes the bullets easier to dodge.
* NoPlotNoProblem
* OneHitPointWonder: This is a shmup, so it's par for the course. However, if you turn on Auto-Guard, your ship will automatically use a bomb, if any are in stock, to protect itself, so you can take at least 3 hits per life if you don't fire your bombs manually.
* PaletteSwap: ''Plus'' changes the colors of the stages. In addition, in either version, you can play as a green (BWR) or red (''Plus'') version of your normally-blue ship by selecting wiht the bomb button. For Eden's Aegis though, pressing the bomb button gives you [[spoiler: Eve]], its human version as in the game [[spoiler: she]] origially came from, ''Eden's Edge'' and its sequel, ''Eden's Aegis''.
* ShoutOut: Possibly, [[GuiltyGear Heaven Or(ginal) Hell]].
* SmartBomb: Three variants:
** A spherical bomb that damages everything in its radius and provides several seconds of invincibility.
** A laser bomb that turns all on-screen bullets into 100-point items, then does tremendous damage to enemies that are in contact with the alser.
** The Auto-Guard shield, activated by taking a hit while having a bomb in stock, but only if Guard is enabled in the Options menu. It will deplete your item counter if used, unlike the other two bombs.
* SpreadShot: Blue Wish has this as its standard shot. Blue Hope too, but to a lesser extent.
* TrueFinalBoss: One at the end of Hell mode, reached by completing Hell on one credit.
* UpdatedRerelease: Blue Wish Resurrection Plus.
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