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Comments (5)
Punkydudester - 21/12/2014
I loved this game, I couldn't wait to get to that pillar and shoot it down.
Cubretti - 06/09/2010
I love this game for its touchy music, awesome enemies and of course for such a cute 'cartoon-like' plane with that menacing title 'Stealth'.
Greetings from Russia to every one!
Lockett - 03/08/2008
Rescue ON Fractalus, Paul.
paul westphal - 02/08/2008
I first played this back in '85 and it was one of the best 3-d shooters that I had.Some others worth mentioning are 'dimension x' and my all time favorite, 'encounter!'...but lets not forget the best> 'Rescue at Fractalus'.
BrunoN - 03/12/2005
Probably played this game for the first time about 15 years ago - and kamikaze plane attacks still gives me the shits. It's weird, that one of the most atmospheric games on the small atari is a shooter. I still think that few dusk colors on the horizon, quiet engine noise and a view of a plane vanishing far away after completion of the level are utterly beautiful. This game is ace.

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Information

GenreShoot'em Up! - 3-DYear1984
LanguageMachine LanguagePublisherBrøderbund Software
ControlsJoystickDeveloper-
Players1, DemoCountryUSA
Programmer(s)

LaGrone, Tracy / Sansom, Richard E.

LicenseCommercial
Graphic Artist(s)

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Medium Disk 
Sound

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Cover Artist(s)?SerialATDSK-135
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Aackosoft.

Final release of Landscape.

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