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3D Starfighter

3D Starfighter is a 3D shoot-'em-up where you must using a set of cross hairs shoot the rapidly approaching enemy craft, before they career into you and drain your shields. Use your lasers sparingly, for they also drain your energy.

The player is in the role a special agent whose mission is to deliver the Complete Hostile Alien Obliteration System (CHAOS) weapon to the population of a distant planet overrun by hostile aliens. Clear each space zone of hostiles before you encounter the ultimate goal to destroy the enemy Battlestar.





Platform : Amstrad CPC464
Format : Cassette
Publisher : Realtime Software
Authors : The Oliver Twins, James Wilson, Jon Paul Eldridge
Date : 1984

Other Software by Realtime Software:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
3D Starfighter Realtime Software Amstrad CPC464 Cassette 1984
3D StarStrike Realtime Software ZX Spectrum Cassette 1984
3D Starstrike Realtime Software Amstrad CPC464 Cassette 1984

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH61811. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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