Kiloblaster Ad Blurbs (DOS)
Advertising BlurbsFrom the back cover:
- Outstanding graphics and sound
- Challenging fun for the whole family
- No graphic violence
- Full menu with storyline
- Easy installation
- Sound Blaster & Joysticks
Blast off for the adventure of your life!
The starship Kiloprise was just attacked by enemy aliens, leaving 100 crew members dead -- but you survived. The ship is hanging motionless in space, and the remaining crew will be transported to Earth on cargo ships. You must get there first and warn the people about the rebel forces headed their way!
You board a nearby fighter jet, and begin the crucial journey. Be careful, there are scads of enemies headed your way! Quick thinking and quick fingers are a must as you take on the Galactic Stardusters, the Sardonian Cruisers, X-15 destroyers, and Alpha Xyntari.
To begin, you will be given three ships, five bombs, and a continuing supply of firepower, but it is going to take a lot more than that to complete your mission. Catch plenty of apples to keep your shield power adequate, spinach cans to make you invincible for a limited time, T's to triple firepower and more. Don't waste any time! Your life ... and the Earth's survival ... are at your fingertips!
Contributed by Belboz (6484) on Oct 12, 2001.
Kiloblaster is a fast-action arcade game reminiscent of Galaxian with lots of innovative, high-tech features! This game features digitized and ray-traced backgrounds in 256-color VGA which are truly out of this world! If you have an EGA you can still play the game, but you're missing a heck of a show!
In Kiloblaster, you'll also find an incredible musical sound track and digitized sound effects if you have a Sound Blaster card. Kiloblaster also features some wild sound effects through the tiny speaker in your PC.
Each of the three Kiloblaster volumes features 30 unique levels, for a total of -90- stages of arcade excitement! Fasten your seatbelt and prepare to be warped into another dimension of game playing!
Contributed by Derrick 'Knight' Steele (2042) on Mar 18, 2000.