· review computeremuzone
This space adventure places us on the planet Neon, where the evil Darus have built a great fortress from which they have enslaved the entire galaxy. The planet of Homos sends its best pilot, Star Runner, on a suicide mission where he will have to destroy the defensive turrets and the different ships that appear on the screen using his powerful missiles. When we advance the sufficient distance, a black hole will open that will take us to the zone of the beyond nothingness, where our weapons will be unusable and we will only be able to dodge the attacks. If we manage to get out alive we will continue our mission a higher difficulty.
Another of these programs that Manhattan Transfer sold us as one of the games of the year and that was just a programmed game in BASIC, quite simple and repetitive.
We control a ship across a planet while dodging and destroying the different turrets that come our way. When we have been "advancing" and destroying for a while, a black hole opens in the screen and at that moment we will have to go quickly towards it. Now we go through a similar phase only completely in black, where a ship shoots at us and a blue square that is supposed to be intergalactic mines tries to destroy us. If we dodge them all, after a few seconds we will return to a screen similar to the first one, only with some other enemy.
I do not know if it has an end or the game is limited to survive until achieving a certain score.
· review x2
Cogiendo el ¿motor? de su juego de coches, el amigo Rubén se atreve con algo ligeramente más espectacular, un matamarcianos al estilo Buck Rogers con dos fases distintas. En él tendremos que destruir bunkers hasta que nos aparezca un “agujero negro”, un cuadrado que la primera vez que lo vi pensé que era un error de programación; desde el cuadradón accedemos a una segunda fase que es un túnel interestelar, en el que debemos esquivar los ataques de una minúscula nave hasta que lleguemos al siguiente planeta.
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