Take Your Best Shot Ad Blurbs (Windows 3.x)

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    From the back of the box:

    Your computer never had you laughing like this.

    Zany. Warped. Outrageous. It’s Take Your Best Shot -- the stress-relieving arcade experience from the people who brought you Monty Python’s Complete Waste of Time!
    Now, 7th Level brings you the genius of award-winning animator Bill Plympton to your PC with arcade games that will have you doubled over with laughter!

    Best Shot – The Stress Reliever: Finally, you can let someone have it without hearing from his lawyer. Choose from a menu of abuse to get back at bosses, bureaucrats and busybodies: all the bullies who bother you on a bi-hourly basis. Laugh yourself silly as you punch, smash and blast your way through these riotous episodes.

    Line Shot: Step up to a whole new ball game – Plympton style. Test your batting skills against the machine, or grab a friend and go nine innings. We might send you a fast ball or throw you a curve. If you can keep your eye on the ball, you could put one over the fence!

    Hot Shot: Remember Pong? Well, here’s our enhanced and twisted tribute to Atari’s ground-breaking computer game. Two paddles are tough, and four paddles will really keep your fingers and brain racing. See if you can keep up as the action gets hot!

    Head Shot: Talk about a head game! These guys are really in your face. To escape, you’ll have to knock them out one by one – without missing the ball. But beware! Some of these guys require multiple strikes, and to go all the way you’ll have to dodge death-dealing lightning balls!

    Plus these other great extras:
    More than 200 outrageous audio clips including explosive keyboard noises
    18 side-splitting interactive screen savers, 18 living and 10 static wallpapers, plus custom wallpapers you create from any game
    32 eye-popping desktop icons
    “Hot keys” and bonus rounds
    Over 50 levels of game play
    Joystick supported

    Contributed by -Chris (7565) on Sep 17, 2000.