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Joakim - 21/06/2018
I got my Atari 520 ST 1985 and this is one of the game I remember I played alot. love the Title music, it brings you back in time.
roloway - 13/07/2010
Have fond memories of this game. Great for playing with a friend. Cool soundtrack.
Kris - 23/05/2009
This game really had no business offering a 4-player option, which, other than Gauntlet 2, was one of the first ever that did. All four players could barely even fit on the screen and could easily just wipe each other out in a few seconds by accident. How hilarious.

Information - Leatherneck

GenreArcade - CommandoYear1991
LanguageMachine LanguagePublisherSoftware Direct
Players1, 2 (sim.), 2+, DemoDeveloper[n/a]
ResolutionLowLicensed from-

Bak, Steve

CountryUnited Kingdom
Graphic Artist(s)

Lyon, Pete

Game design

Bak, Steve

Box / Instructions

Whittaker, David

Sound FX


Cover Artist(s)ST TypeST, STe / 0.5MB
DumpMISSINGNumber of Disks? / ?

Additional Comments - Leatherneck

Other versions with the same title:

Microdeal (United Kingdom), East Midlands Leisure (version [arcade cabinet]) ().

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Trivia - Leatherneck

Arcade Cabinet
In 1988 a company called East Midlands Leisure built an 1040ST based arcade cabinets called INTEC Video Systems costing £1400 each with two games included. Launch games were Foundations Waste from Exocet Software and Trantor - The Last Stormtrooper from US Gold

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3 / 4-player option requires an additional joystick-interface

Top UK ST charts position: 18 (7/1988)
Months on charts: 2 between 7/1988 - 8/1988

Book / Magazine Reviews - Leatherneck

 ST Action · July, 1988Rating: 62 % 

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 ST / Amiga Format · July, 1988Rating: 76% 

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