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Killing Spree (Atari ST)

Killing Spree Screenshots

Atari ST version

Killing Spree Atari ST Title logo (intro) which is rotating and zooming in.

Title logo (intro) which is rotating and zooming in.

Killing Spree Atari ST Impressive huge star field

Impressive huge star field

Killing Spree Atari ST The game begins in front of an energy barrier protected by a flying saucer. Shoot tower tops to deactivate the field

The game begins in front of an energy barrier protected by a flying saucer. Shoot tower tops to deactivate the field

Killing Spree Atari ST The landscape is based on a fractal, displayed with polygons, but also zooming sprites are used, i.e. the trees

The landscape is based on a fractal, displayed with polygons, but also zooming sprites are used, i.e. the trees

Killing Spree Atari ST A flying thing is attacking. That silver item on the floor soon starts to create a fire fountain which is better avoided

A flying thing is attacking. That silver item on the floor soon starts to create a fire fountain which is better avoided

Killing Spree Atari ST Note the radar in the lower right corner, warning for enemies or obstacles

Note the radar in the lower right corner, warning for enemies or obstacles

Killing Spree Atari ST The grey wall in the front is moving up and down. I better speed up now, but not too fast to avoid the fire fountains

The grey wall in the front is moving up and down. I better speed up now, but not too fast to avoid the fire fountains

Killing Spree Atari ST Good timing! And that shot also is passing

Good timing! And that shot also is passing

Killing Spree Atari ST A big saucer dividing into many smaller ones. And some graphical glitches on the bottom...

A big saucer dividing into many smaller ones. And some graphical glitches on the bottom...

Killing Spree Atari ST Editor main menu

Editor main menu

Killing Spree Atari ST Editor: created a fractal landscape, and placing some spots in the 2D view

Editor: created a fractal landscape, and placing some spots in the 2D view