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Baby Blues (Commodore 64)

Baby Blues Commodore 64 Title


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In Baby Blues the player controls a crosshair and must use it to protect the baby from wildlife such as eagles, spiders, and worms; all the while popping balloons that travel across the screen. A picture of a baby bottle with milk in it can be seen on the top-left of the game screen. When all balloons are popped, the game proceeds to the next level with the difficulty and the number of balloons increased. When wildlife comes in contact with the baby, some milk is lost. The game ends when the player runs out of milk or ammo.


Baby Blues Commodore 64 An eagle swoops down on the baby
Baby Blues Commodore 64 Ran out of milk
Baby Blues Commodore 64 The worm is just inches away from the baby
Baby Blues Commodore 64 Popped a balloon

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Magnum Lightphaser

The original game was part of an Action Pack for the Magnum Lightphaser, a light gun released by Virgin Mastertronic. The most notable game included as well was Operation Wolf.
*Katakis* (37914) added Baby Blues (Commodore 64) on Nov 23, 2007