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Beginning a game
Shoot those things for extra energy
Flying through a narrow corridor
Some enemies and energy on the other side of the wall
Looks like an army is awaiting you outside this passageway
The beginning location
Exploring in plane mode...
Oops, a dead end...
I'm under attack!
Transforming into plane mode
Flying away from a swarm of enemies
Unfortunately, you landed on another set of enemies
It's tight in the corridors
Firing the laser
Title Screen (EGA)
Running from the enemy (EGA)
Flying in airplane mode (EGA)
Getting even (EGA)
Recharging energy (EGA)
Beginning the second level (EGA)
Flying underneath some danger (EGA)
Finding Energy Sources (low-res)
Run away! (EGA)
Incoming missiles... (EGA)
Title screen (Tandy/PCjr)
Trying to reach the power ups (Tandy/PCjr)
Title screen (MCGA)
Robot mode (MCGA)
Jet-fighter mode (MCGA)
Title screen (CGA)
Enemies approaching (CGA)
Shoot down this wall (CGA)
A dead end...but with bonus energy! (CGA)
Flying through the maze (CGA)
Running into enemies
Firing at a wall
Crushed to pieces
Shooting at enemies
Flying in jet mode
Beginning the game
Yikes, under attack!
Hmm, lost in a maze...
Blasting through this wall...
Flying underneath some trouble
Another confusing maze...
Ahhh, homing missiles!
Shooting some enemies will replenish energy
Flying, with some enemies closing in
Blasting a barrier
Those things above me replenish energy...but how to get there?
Hmm, a dead end
Numerous enemies wander about these corridors
Argh, I've been destroyed; game over
After a kill
Yup, the cool part here is that you are a transformer!
Hmm, now how do I bypass that?...
Phew, I'm outta here...
Too high for a jump. Mean-looking guys are waiting for me...
Near the game beginning
Oops, flew into a dead end...
Shooting some enemy types restores energy
Numerous enemies closing in fast..
Lost in a maze again
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