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Spectre Supreme (Macintosh)

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Spectre Supreme is the first sequel to Spectre. It continues the cyberspace battles with technically more accomplished 256 colors and introduces many new weapons such as smart missiles, seekers, proximity mines, scattershots and spinners. The player can use transporter gateways, plus a submergence trap door to explore negative cyberspace. New enemies include slicers, auto-gun turrets, intelligent acid pools, and hunter-killers.

The gameplay and the goal of the game is similar to those of the previous entry: the player controls a tank while collecting points and bonuses (flags) before moving to the next level. Eight players can play together over a network. In addition, there are new game types like Cyber Soccer, Flag Rally Deluxe, Bumper Tank, Zone Control and more. The game uses digitized cybervoices, sound effects and music.


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Scaryfun (12422) added Spectre Supreme (Macintosh) on May 18, 2011