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KAMAKAZI

 

 

Professional, Originally Released On Cassette Only

 

Game Alias : KAMAKAZE PILOT

Game Type : Arcade; Space Invaders Clone

Author :

Standalone Release(s) : 1983: KAMAKAZI, A n F, 9.95

Compilation Release(s) : None

Stated compatibility : Electron

Actual compatibility : Electron, BBC B, B+ and Master 128

Supplier : A 'N' F, Unit 8 Canal Side Industrial Estate, Woodbine St

East, Rochdale, LANCASHIRE OL16 5LB. Tel: (01706) 341111

Disc compatibility : ADFS 1D00, CDFS 1D00, DFS 1D00

 

 

Instructions

Fast or slow, skill and speed are needed to beat the enemy aircraft attack determined to destroy your base. Skill and speed are needed to avoid being hit by enemy aircraft.

 

Game Controls

Options displayed on screen.

 

 

Instructions' Source : KAMAKAZI (A n F) Inner Inlay

 

Review (Electron User)

If you're one of these shady characters who can go into a pub or amusement arcade and lose yourself for hours in a Space Invaders or Galaxians game, then this should be right up your street. There are fast and slow levels - and you take your pick according to how big-headed you feel. Then launch into the fray.


You are a lone, ground-based, tank-like vehicle fighting squadron of aircraft, all intent on sending you to the big electron cloud in the sky. The skill lies in dodging the bombs and the descending bombers, who have no fear of ramming you. At the same time you are trying to shoot them down. But to add insult to intended injury once you've annihilated one squadron another more challenging one is ready to take its place.


This is not the most original game in the world, but it is certainly well done. The action is fast and furious with more than adequate sound and graphics. If you are looking for a classic game to test your nerve and reactions this is for you.


Peter Gray, ELECTRON USER 1. 7