Gradius - Vic Viper Space Ship Free Paper Model DownloadThis space ship paper model is a Vic Viper, the name of the protagonist space ship in the Gradius Series of games by Konami, based on the video game Gradius series, the papercraft was created by Jeff Becker. The aircraft has been at the player's control in almost ten different titles. The ship has been renowned for both its remarkable adaptability and unique twin-pronged fuselage. The first Busou Shinki design competition, Bokushin, champion was inspired by Vic Viper. A sentient version of the ship later went on to star in the Parodius Series.

The Gradius games, first introduced in 1985, make up a series of scrolling shooter video games published by Konami for a variety of portable, console and arcade platforms. In many games in the series, the player controls a ship known as the Vic Viper. In other games of the series, ships the player controls include the Lord British Space Destroyer, Metalion, Sabel Tiger, Thrasher, Vixen, Alpinia, Super Cobra, Jade Knight, and the Falchion β.

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