Screenshot to a game Mega Funpak - PacMan, Planet Patrol, Skeet Shoot, Battles of Gorf (Atari 2600 - a2600)
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Collection for the console Atari 2600 consisting of four interesting games:
Of PacMan - One of the most popular and influential games of the 1980s PAC-man stars, small yellow dot chopper that works its way around to clear a maze of different points and fruits that inhabit the board.
Patrol Planet - You are an ace fighter pilot, patrol and protect the galaxy. You are constantly being attacked by evil forces who fire missiles at your ship. As you guide your ship through the colorful landscapes, avoid incoming missiles and shoot. The object of the game is to destroy as many rockets, and a base station before it destroys you. Your mission will take you from daylight to night missions, and in your meeting, you must rescue downed pilots. From time to time you have to make refueling. Graphs of true life. Planet Patrol is destined to become a universal hit!
Shoot Skeet - Skeet shoot skeet is a video game for the Atari 2600, produced by Apollo.
Gorf of Battles - is constantly in Space Invaders as a game that has four different missions. The first mission (Astro battles) looks just like space invaders, although there is not a lot of foreigners to shoot here. The second (Laser) attack similar to the one game galaxian alien shooting a laser at you until 3 Kamikaze dive on one mission .. 3 (spatial deformation), Gorfian attackers fly out "unearthly cosmic web" and fire torpedoes that spiral in relation to you. Final Mission (flag ship) pits you against a big ship that shoots heat seeking missiles. The only way to destroy it, is the result of direct contact with the opening of the ship reactor.