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L'Abeille (Philips VG 5000)

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Description

A bee named Spina is being sent by the queen of the colony to bring pollen back to the hive.

Players take control of Spina as the screen constantly scrolls to the right. Players can move Spina in the four cardinal directions. Moving to far to the left or right will return Spina to the hive and moving Spina to far down will risk getting Spina drowned in water, with all of these outcomes requiring the player to replay the level again. Spina's job is to collect pollen from the flowers found throughout the levels. After collecting enough pollen the level ends and then brings the player to the next level. Spina will have to be careful to avoid obstacles in each level. Obstacles such as flowers with thorns, raindrops, and spiders can cause Spina to fail in his task.

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Cancelled Intellivision version

An Intellivision version of this game titled Spina the Bee (prototype title Zzzz!) was planned for release in 1984, but was cancelled. However, in 2012, the homebrewing company Intelligentvision released a homebrew version for the Intellivision.
Alaka (31100) added L'Abeille (Philips VG 5000) on Aug 17, 2014