I am not talking about an ultra-violent strom but a legendary video game. Tempest is a 1981 arcade game by Atari Inc., originally designed and programmed by Dave Theurer. It is a notable game for being one of the first to provide a feature that selects a game level.
The game is played by surviving through clearing a bunch on enemies seen on the screen which is played on a closed tube in a 3-dimensional persceptive. The player controls claw shape spaceship named Blaster. It has a special ability called the “superzapper” which destroys all the enemies on the vicinity on the first use.
The ones released on the 1980 contained a bug that provides 40 free credit points those who failed the game with a score ending with the digits 06, 11, or 12. This saved the life of Parzival on his journey in conquering the last gate.
8. Robotron: 2084
Robotron: 2084 (also referred to as Robotron) is an arcade video game developed by Vid Kidz and released by Williams Electronics in 1982. You might be thinking of a giant scrap of metal on your screen, however, I hate to burst your bubble. The robot here and his enemies are made up of pixels.
The game is played by saving the last human families on earth against an invading army of machines. The player controls a robot which perpetually fires up bullets on its enemies in a desired direction. A human being is saved by physical contact with Robotron, but, he must do it before the Hulk Robotron devours the humans. There are set of obstacles that must be avoid on each level which leads of the character’s death.
This game is not really played to unlock a hidden key or gate in the game, but it is the game play by Wade Watts on the last encounter with his aunt who lives in the same compound with his other close friends.
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