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Paradroid 90

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Information
License:  Commercial
Year:  1990
Hardware
A500 (OCS) A600  (ECS)
Number of disks
1
Harddrive Installable
WHD Install available
Language
English
Number of Players
1 only
Simultaneous Players
1 only
Game Developer's Credits
Publisher:  Hewson
Developer:  Graftgold
Coder:  Andrew BraybrookDominic Robinson
Graphics:  John CummingJohn W. LilleyMichael Field
Musician:  Jason Page
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Media

Main title music

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Press F3 at title screen to display game options.
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Paradroid 90

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Originally this game was for the C64 (Commodore 64), which I never tried, but it was later remade for the Amiga A500 and IS EXCELLENT FUN!!!!



Your droid, shaped like a ball, scrolls smoothly across a deserted space ship that has become infected with a computer virus, gaining control of all of the other robots on board.



You don't have weapons, but you do have an electrical interface tool to hack into the other robots on board (who do have weapons). Once you've hacked into their brains you gain control. This is the part where it becomes intense as you must race against time as your temporary control of them doesn't last forever. And the bigger the robot (and more interesting) the shorter the control you have.



Throughout the game you hoover across many decks (with the crew missing).



This game was release at a time when PC computers were barely in the 10 megahertz speed with horrible sound cards (Adlib), while the Amiga came through with digitized sounds and graphics. The Amiga still remains # 1 in my book. I still have mine!



*review edited by Harrison for readability purposes*
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euroskydolphin
19 May, 2015


Download?
How do I download this game for my Windows 7 Laptop?

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