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Android One: The Reactor Run

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Amstrad CPC
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ZX Spectrum
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1.8
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Description

Android One: The Reactor Run is a horizontally scrolling action shooter with tile-based graphics. The player must reach and destroy the reactor before the time runs out. Along the way various aliens are encountered, some of which can be shot with the android's laser beam, while others are impervious to fire and must be avoided. The player will also have to shoot his way through several brick walls.

The action is divided into individual screens. Once the player reaches the right edge of the screen, the level scrolls onwards by one screen. A slider in the bottom of the screen indicates the player's progress.

Once the player has destroyed the reactor, he must make his way back to the start point for extra points, this time without a time limit.

The android control scheme differs between the keyboard and the joystick. With the keyboard, you use left and right keys to rotate the android in 90 degree steps and forward to move. With the joystick, the android runs in the direction the joystick is moved.

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Android One: The Reactor Run Amstrad CPC Loading screen
Android One: The Reactor Run Amstrad CPC Android destroyed. Game over.
Android One: The Reactor Run Amstrad CPC On to the second area.
Android One: The Reactor Run ZX Spectrum First screen, with the Android enclosed in a safe room he must shoot his way out of. The levels actually wrap around, so what you see to the left of the Android is the last screen.

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  • Gameplay clip on YouTube (A short clip with the loader / help screens and a few minutes of gameplay from the ZX Spectrum version.)
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