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V2000

Coming from Frontier, this is the sequel to Virus or Zarch from David Braben in the 80s and 90s.

The player has to save 30 worlds from a deadly virus, picking up survivors and transporting them to safety, released from meteors that also destroyed many of the worlds cities, giant insects and dragon like creatures that are further destroying the worlds, and spreading their diseases.

Rescuing survivors, that can be put to work in factories making new machines and equipment, rescue everyone, then take on all the dangerous creatures wreaking havoc in the world to finish the level.





Platform : Sony Playstation 1
Format : CD-ROM
Publisher : Grolier Interactive
Authors : Frontier Developments
Date : 1998

Other Software by Grolier Interactive:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
V2000 Grolier Interactive Sony Playstation 1 CD-ROM 1998
V2000 Grolier Interactive PC CD-ROM 1998

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH58628. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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