Cosmic Balance (The)

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Bryan Magyar - 31/01/2015
This game is available at You must use operating system A for it to work (Atari 800-not XL/XE).
Dustdevil - 22/07/2010
Cosmic Balance was truly awsome to play, back in the day. To build diffrent type ships, battle ship to ship w/up to 8 ships on the field. Truly a lot of fun. Wish I could find a copy
Bob Jones - 12/11/2008
I loved this game and spent many hours building ships and sending them into combat. Too bad this is lost forever. Does anyone out there have a copy of this awesome game for the Atari 8 bit series?
Rob - 15/09/2006
Cosmic Balance I was a really great "design it and fight with it" game. I can remember trying all kinds of weird designs just to throw at the opposing player or computer. You can soon discover certain designs that will generally always win but the game is still enjoyable.

SSI always had great concepts, wonderful box art and interesting manuals. If you ever get a hold of Colonial Conquest or Knights of the Desert give the Robert Billings stories a read - worth the time!


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Cosmic Balance (The) atari screenshot
Cosmic Balance (The) atari screenshot
Cosmic Balance (The) atari screenshot


GenreStrategy - MiscellaneousYear1982
LanguageMachine LanguagePublisherStrategic Simulations, Inc.
ControlsKeyboardDeveloperStrategic Simulations, Inc.
Players1, 1 vs. 2CountryUSA

Murray, Paul

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Medium Disk


Cover Artist(s)Saekow, Louis Hsu / Heney, Kevin
Woo, Don
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Load with OS-A.



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Book / Magazine Reviews

 Electronic Games · May, 1984

The Emperor looked, deep into his space-phone screen. The display was as black as space itself, the ships of his fleet shone as tiny, lit-up silhouettes almost lost among the diamond speckles of the stars. Hushed voices came from beyond the throne in the darkened room. The Emperor hunched himself closer to the screen, his fingernail slowly traced the outline of one ship on the glass screen. The... [more]

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