In the original Galaga, the Gyaraga appears as a white star bomber. When captured, it turns red. In Gaplus, the Gyaraga keeps the same design, but arrives in three pieces. In Galaga '88, the Gyraga has a bigger fuselage. It moves faster than its predecessor, Galaxip, shooting more bullets at a time. In Namco Museum DS, the X button is a rapid fire button. Its dual form is simply two Gyaragas bolted together, while a triple fighter is a huge model of the ship, shooting three different bullets. However, Gyaraga saves its planet of Galaga and returns in victory.