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Information - Aliens

GenreStrategy - WargameYear
LanguageSTOS BASICPublisher[no publisher]
ControlsMouseDistributor
Players1Developer-
ResolutionLicensed from
Programmer(s)

Davies, Steve

CountryUnited Kingdom
Graphic Artist(s)

Davies, Steve

SoftwareEnglish
Game design

[unknown]

Box / InstructionsEnglish
Musician(s)

[unknown]

LicensePD / Freeware / Shareware
Sound FX

Davies, Steve

Serial
Cover Artist(s)ST TypeST, STe / 0.5MB
MIDIVersion
Dumpdownload atari Aliens Download / MSANumber of Disks1 / Double-Sided
Protection

Instructions - Aliens

  

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    /--\   |_   |   |=    | \ |   _|

 OBJECT OF THE GAME
 ------------------
    Is to get as many men to the exit 
as possible.
 
      LEVEL 1 = 4 men min.
      LEVEL 2 = 2 men min.
      LEVEL 3 = 2 men min.

 NUMBER OF TURNS
 ---------------
      2 TURNS FOR MEN (1 MOVE)
      1 TURN FOR ALIENS(4 MOVES)




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 |                                   |
 |                                   |
 |                                   |
 |          PLAYING   AREA           |
 |                                   |
 |                                   |
 -------------------------------------
 |                        |          |
 |        MAN STATS       | OPTIONS  |
 |                        |          |
 |                        |          |
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OPTIONS (click with left mouse button)
--------------------------------------

   'END TURN'
    --------
     This ends one of the mens turns.


   'NEXT'
    ----
     Every time you click this button
you go on to the next man. His figure
will flash and his stats will come up
in the box (mans stats). 
     
   'MOVE'
    ----
     Once clicked, the mouse will move
to the playing area. your flashing man
can move in any direction by one square
. Place the mouse on the square you 
want and click the left mouse button.
              
   'AIM'
    ---
     Press this and the mouse will move
to the playing area. Move the mouse to
the square that the alien is standing 
on, which you wish to aim at and press
the left mouse button.        

   'FIRE'
    ----
     Click this and the mouse goes to 
the playing area. If you have 'aimed'
,the alien selected before will flash
. Place the mouse over the alien you
wish to shoot and click the left 
mouse button. The computer then works 
out if you have hit or not.



   HITTING
   -------                  
     On the 'MAN STATS' there are two
tables, 'UNAIMED' & 'AIMED'. Count the
squares from the flashing man to the
alien you wish to shoot. From your 
range look up on the table for a
number. That number is your chance out
of ten of hitting the alien.



   SHOOTING A ALIEN
   ----------------
     If you hit a alien,unless you use
a 'flame unit', there will be 'ACID 
SPLASH'(acid splash can kill or wound) 
If a man is 'IN COMBAT' with an alien,
there is a chance he will be hit. 
Any man standing one square away may 
also be hit.


   GRANADES
   --------
     On level 2 & 3, you can use 
granades. You do this by clicking on
'FIRE' and then pressing the right 
mouse button over the square the alien
is standing on. GRANADES DO NOT MISS.
Any alien one square away will also be
killed. Any man 1 or 2 squares away 
from the alien will also die.

         SO BE CAREFUL !!
 


    SHAREWARE
    ---------
      This product is shareware and if
you require disks '2' & '3'. Please 
send œ5 + a SAE to 

ALIENS
11 STYLES GDNS
MINET RD
LONDON SW9

... to Register your copy !




    CREDITS
    -------
       The whole thing was done by
me - STEVE 'mouse' DAVIES and took
a year and half to do.

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