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Doom Patrol As a member of the United Astrocorporation Unlimited (UAU) your mission is to infiltrate the Technotechnics base and destroy their super weapon. Intel: In order to penetrate the base, you must obtain both keys and then make a dash to destroy the super weapon. The Technotechnics base walls are deadly, avoid them. The base also has automatic random wall defense that will appear in a random fashion. Avoid them. The super weapon must be hit five times in order to be destroyed. Know your tank: Your tank is equiped with a slightly defective main weapon the UAU purchased on contract. Sometimes the missile explodes prior to making contact. It will destroy ground and air targets. It seems to work better at short ranges. The UAU programmers are working to improve it. You have two shields on each tank. A shield unit can be replinshed if you find an armor icon. Your tank has improved speed, use this to your advantage. Staying in a room too long becomes very dangerous. You have 3 tanks in which to complete the mission. If sucessful, you will attack again against a stronger enemy. Control: At the title screen press the fire button to start. The fire button also starts a new game at the game over screen. Joystick controls the tank in four directions. Joystick button fires a missile in the direction the tank is facing. A Difficulty is a bit of an easier game. It removes the random wall defense and the gray background bars. NOTE: Version 0.6 is a release made to reduce any harmony cart rolling/jittering. It might not be perfect. I can't test it. Created using batari and the DCP+ kernel. Special thanks to iesposta for helping to optimize this one! Hope you enjoy and as always comments are welcome. Doom Patrol-0.2.bin Doom Patrol-0.3.bin Doom Patrol-0.4.bin Doom Patrol-0.5.bin Doom Patrol-0.6.bin Doom Patrol-0.7.bin
Hello, I am doing research for a university project involving early software for the simulation of cellular automata, and I came across various citations of Brian Silverman's software "The Phantom Fish Tank", published in 1987 through his company Logo Computer Systems Inc. in Montreal, Canada. If anyone is in possession of the Apple II game and/or the accompanying manual/book referenced as "The Phantom Fish Tank. An Ecology of Mind", I would be very interested in buying your copy. Any help in finding this title is very appreciated! Thank you, Best, Johannes