I've recorded a video of Bugs from Outer Space, I saw this game published originally in the 80-Micro magazine starting in March 1984.
As I learnt Z80 assembler language, I was able to port it and play in another computer but always wanted to see it like the original, in special because I never got the final magazine with the sound effects module.
Today I finally installed the SDLTRS emulator and recorded a video of the game, enjoy it!
Another gameplay, this time I could get to the volcano rocks screen. The trick with the bird is waiting at left, and when screen stops you jump just below the bird. The game gets pretty exciting when you increase the speed.
In this case, /B means you are copying binary files so it doesn't pad out lines with carriage returns or encode text in some crazy fashion. In a Linux shell, I don't think there is a such possible conversion so you could cp or perhaps use dd without switches.