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Vital Light (Amiga)

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Vital Light is one of those innovative games which only appear once a while. In this particular one, you have to control a small paint gun that contains five different colored paints, and destroy blocks that are falling toward you by making them all the same color. Your paint gun is on a roller at the bottom of the screen, and horizontal strips of colored blocks fall from the top of the screen at varying speeds. Holding down the fire button and pushing left or right changes the currently selected color, and sometimes you only just have enough time to get the right color before the blocks smash into you. As the blocks fall at varying speeds, there are times when an avalanche is set off by a slow block being hit by a fast moving block above it. This is a game that gets very, very frantic.


Vital Light Amiga Intro - Street
Vital Light Amiga Intro - City of sprites
Vital Light Amiga Start menu
Vital Light Amiga Disk-swap screen

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CU Amiga Oct, 1994 84 out of 100 84
Amiga Games Oct, 1994 48 out of 100 48
Amiga Joker Sep, 1994 41 out of 100 41


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Kohler 86 (7291) added Vital Light (Amiga) on Nov 22, 2005
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