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Game Laser Blast (Atari 2600 - a2600)

Laser Blast (Atari 2600 - a2600)

Laser blast -odnopolzovatelskaya video game developed and published by Activision in March 1981 for the Atari 2600 video game system. Designed by David Crane, one of the co-founders of Activision, a laser blast puts players in control of a flying saucer attack ground targets.

The object of a laser blast destroyed a number of ground-based enemies. The player controls a fleet of flying saucers, running simultaneously. On the surface below the group of the three laser mobile bases guard invisible force field that prevents saucer player from getting too close to the surface. Both the player and enemy bases are armed with laser blasters that can shoot a continuous beam at the same time. The player must destroy all three bases, before they can zero in on a saucer and fire their laser blasts in defense. If the player has hit the saucer, it will lose altitude and dropped to the ground; however, the player may order this fall, perhaps in one of the bases, destroying it. Each successive wave of enemy bases moving faster and objectives Player plates more quickly.