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Disc (Amstrad CPC)

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Disc is a game of fast reflexes and clever thinking.

Control one player against the computer or another person. The objective is to finish off opponents by knocking him off the platforms or by making the platform disappear by hitting the walls behind your opponents. Your weapon is a disc, which you can throw at your opponent or at the walls. The disc will ricochet off the walls, opening a wide range of angles and attacks. You can also try a direct hit at your opponents, as enough of these will eliminate him as well, but be careful - since it gives him a chance to block your disc, thus gain control of it!

As you progress through the levels, from Novice, through Disciple, up to a Great Guide, your rivals become tougher, platforms take longer hits to disappear, and there are more discs on the playing field.

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Disc Amstrad CPC Your potential charges - 'Macdo' is what people call a certain food chain in France
Disc Amstrad CPC We've each lost one block

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Inspiration

The gameplay is very similar to a game played in the famous 1984 movie, Tron. There is a scene that shows 4 players against one, flinging their discs at each other.
Martin Smith (62888) added Disc (Amstrad CPC) on Jan 02, 2006
Other platforms contributed by NGC 5194 (17261), Kabushi (165413) and Mickey Gabel (358)