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Game Plaque Attack (Atari 2600 - a2600)

Plaque Attack (Atari 2600 - a2600)

Board attack in 1983, a video game for the Atari 2600, which was made by Activision. On the motives of space invaders, the player has to prevent food from tooth decay in the human mouth. Stiv Kartrayt who developed the game, said that the game was designed to help people develop good dental habits.

In this game, the user is a tube of toothpaste, and has eight teeth to defend themselves. Different types of food, such as burgers and fries to try to remove the teeth. The player shoots toothpaste food intent to destroy teeth. If the food is allowed to touch the tooth, it begins to break down tooth. If the player is fast enough to shoot a piece of food as soon as it starts to break down the tooth the player will be able to save the tooth. If not, then the tooth is broken. Food comes in waves, and the movements become more complex. Destroying tens food items, and the number of teeth is left at the end of each wave, and the quantity of toothpaste.

After a certain number of points scored, users receive a bonus teeth. Bonus teeth are applied at the end of each wave. If all eight teeth, still there are additional teeth are located on the sides of the mouth. Otherwise, the teeth will replace lost teeth. The game continues until all the teeth were gone, and then the game is over.