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Game Elk Attack (Atari 2600 - a2600)

Elk Attack (Atari 2600 - a2600)

Elk Attack is unreleased port obscure Taito arcade electric yo-yo! Programmer Mark Khan called Elk Attack game for fun, and probably would have changed his name has been published since.

Elk Attack is a Pacman type game, but without the maze. You control the yo-yo type machines, which must use the string to catch and destroy all the colored blocks on the screen. Along the way you will meet strange creatures like worms that will try to disrupt the yo-yo. To help you deal with worms is the power boxes scattered around the board, which once grabbed make your yo-yo temporarily invulnerable and increase speed. Unlike Pacman after clicking on the worm until invincible only clean glasses, and not destroy it. Because of this, it is better to just go about your business and remove the maze instead of hunting for worms.