Destination: Moon Base (Amiga)

Destination: Moon Base Amiga The title screen<br>The word 'Destination' appears as a lander takes off from the surface and the word 'Moonbase' is painted as the lander crashes to the ground


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Destination Moonbase is a single player, keyboard controlled Lander variant

In this game the player must successfully land on one of the three moonbase landing pads within the time limit. The game has three levels of difficulty and the time, rate of decent and number of craft varies as the game's difficulty increases.
There are two screens to the game.
The first screen sees the lander positioned below the orbiting space station, from here the lander must be rotated before the engines are fired otherwise it will shoot upwards into the space station which will destroy it. On this screen if the lander goes beyond the right/left border it will reappear on the other side.
The second screen sees the lander approach the lunar surface, here if the craft approaches the right/left border the background scrolls beneath it.


Destination: Moon Base Amiga This game was included in the compilation "The Assassins: PD Games Volume 07" but it was initially released as shareware.
Destination: Moon Base Amiga The starting screen. Each lander is positioned below the space station in turn. They must be rotated before the engines are fired otherwise they will crash into the station and be destroyed
Destination: Moon Base Amiga The end of game stats
Destination: Moon Base Amiga There are three levels of difficulty and the game configuration varies with each

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piltdown_man (145482) added Destination: Moon Base (Amiga) on Jan 16, 2016