Game:ANT ATTACK (Quicksilva) Year: 1983 Print This Page
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Year & Price
1983 - £5.95
Publisher
Quicksilva

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Description:
A 3D adventure at 45 degrees. You move throughout the city using left/right and forward and jump.

Additional controls are the forur direction and four grenade buttons (these fire at different distances, but are generally not too difficult to kill enemies with.)


Object:

Explore the walled city of Antescher in the hope of finding your lost companion. As the title suggests; you will come across huge ants which you can either avoid or kill by use of a grenade that is fired at four pre-set distances.

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Publisher
Quicksilva
Year
1984 19831986
Author
Sandy White
Model
Spectrum 48k/128k
Format
Arcade/3D Adventure
Price
£5.95
Controls
Keyboard, Joystick
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No. of Players
Up to 1 Play (Boy/Girl)
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Sound
Game-Play
Overall

Enemies can also be nutralised by jumping on them. Climb stairs and through gaps to avoid the blighters and rescue your target (this is either a boy or girl, depending on which you choose at the beginning of the game)



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Criticism:
Controls are a bit trickey to begin with but can be mastered with a little time. Graphics are minimal but are well used and the layout well designed.


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Ant Attack appeared in 1983 - when the speccy was just finding it niche. It was a superbly written and well mapped and also received great reviews from the big speccy mags at the time.


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