Project Buzz Bar (Amiga)

Project Buzz Bar Amiga The title screen features the entire source code scrolling by


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Project Buzz Bar combines gameplay elements from Asteroids and Defender. On each level there are several men to rescue by flying over them. They float loose in space amongst different types of enemy ships, many of which fire at you. Your ship is constantly moving due to a strong gravitational pull from the planet's surface, making it harder to direct the ship at first. The game is written in Blitz BASIC 2, and not only is the source code provided, it scrolls through it on the title screen.


Project Buzz Bar Amiga Attack wave 2
Project Buzz Bar Amiga You must catch these floating little men to complete a level
Project Buzz Bar Amiga Starting out
Project Buzz Bar Amiga Enemy encounter

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  • "Project Buzzbar" -- Alternate spelling

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Buzzbar started out as a tutorial in an early issue of Blitz User Magazine (BUM), but soon Simon Armstrong raced ahead of the publication schedule of the magazine and completed the game, putting it out both on the BUM subscriber disks and on coverdisks of U.K. magazines.
Martin Smith (66859) added Project Buzz Bar (Amiga) on Apr 14, 2005