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Revenge of Defender

Revenge of Defender is a 1988 game issued for Tandy (amongst others) and  IBM compatibles
 
This puts you at the helm of StarRay, a ship capable of firing lasers and vaporizers. It is outfitted with shields and can fly up, down, right and left. As you patrol each planet (the playfield scrolls horizontally in both directions), blasting or exploding everything in sight, aliens will try to destroy your ship and each of the 10 resource installations on that planet. Planets include mountainous Gorbaxa, the jungle world of Sirion, frozen Sharlon, and technological Boldava, a world filled with power plants.
 
This is an unwrapped box containg the software  and was donated by Derek Tate


Platform : Defender
Format : Epyx
Publisher : Epyx
Authors :
Date : 1988

Other Software by Epyx:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
Revenge of Defender Epyx Defender 1988

Information About Epyx:

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH9422. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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