Classic '90s shmups Battle Bakraid and Armed Police Batrider are now available to play on the Analogue Pocket, thanks to the efforts of Pramod Somashekar.
Both developed by Raizing, the games were released at the tail-end of the decade and are top-tier examples of vertically-scrolling shooters.
Sadly, neither got a domestic conversion at the time – and, until this year's release of the Sega Astro City Mini V, were totally exclusive to the arcades.
Somashekar's brilliant Raizing openFPGA core already supports the likes of Battle Garegga and Kingdom Grand Prix.
You can grab the updated cores by using Matt Pannella's excellent auto-update script. You can download it here.