Alien Break In

The citizens of Earth have fled before the oncoming Zargon fleet. You have been left to guard the Earth's supply of uranium . . . 
Suddenly the sky above you is filled by the enemy fleet . . . things are worse than you expected . . . 


Platform : Acorn Electron
Format : Cassette
Publisher : Romik
Author(s) : Clive Webster
Date : Unknown

Other Software by Romik:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
Birds of Prey Romik Software BBC Micro Cassette Unknown
Alien Break In Romik Acorn Electron Cassette Unknown
VIC 20 Moons Of Jupiter Romik Software Cassette Unknown
The Great Nordic War Romik Software Limited Commodore 64 Cassette Unknown
Glaxia Romik Software Limited Commodore VIC 20 Cassette 1981
The VIC Multisound Synthesizer Romik Software Commodore VIC-20 Cassette 1982
Alien Break In Romik Software Ltd BBC Micro Cassette 1983
Atom Smasher Romik Software Ltd BBC Micro Cassette 1983
Convoy Attack Romik Software Dragon 32 Cassette 1983
Cyclops Romik Software Dragon 32 Cassette 1983
Pottit Romik Software Commodore 64 cassette 1983
Birds of Prey Romik Software Acorn Electron Cassette 1983
Romik Cube Romik Software Dragon 32 Cassette 1983
Caterpillar Romik Software Ltd BBC Micro Cassette 1983
Strategic Command Romik Software Dragon 32 Cassette 1983
Dicky's Diamonds Romik Software Limited Commodore 64 Cassette 1983
White Crystal Romik Software Dragon 32 Cassette 1983
Weetabix versus the Titchies Romik Software Ltd BBC Micro / Acorn Electron Cassette 1984
Holy Horrors Romik Software Ltd BBC Micro Cassette 1984
Turtle jump Romik Commodore 64 Cassette 1984
The Last of the Free Romik Acorn Electron Cassette 1986

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH51185. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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