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Fighting enemy planes in space
Inside the base
Enemy rocket launched
Contact with alien shuttle
Blow out objects
Deep space duel
Game over screen
Lack of fuel
A wall approaching on the horizon
Uh oh, a crash!
Flying through outer space
Title screen 1
Title screen 2
Beginning a game
Watch out for that force field!
Flying through space...
Dodged some and shot others
Lower down, with something in range
The second part of the game
Don't crash into walls!
Incoming attack planes!
A very large enemy
The disk/tape version from Synapse!
Entering the first fortress.
Flying over a forcefield.
Space dogfight with a fuel satellite passing by.
Aim for the notch!
The inferior Sega/US Gold cartridge version.
Flying over the first fortress in the cart version.
Cart version. It looks much better than it plays!
Space dogfight on cart. Note how all the planes are blue.
Be sure to fly over the walls
Flying through space
A large enemy
Gameplay; watch out for missiles and other enemies
Don't crash into walls...
There's a narrow space to fly through here...
Start of the race
Initial position, ready to start.
Flying over the first wall
Standard layout of the level
Shortly before going into a tunnel
Begin new game; how many players? High scores are displayed too.
Beginning the first level.
Gameplay; don't crash into obstacles!
Don't get hit by enemy missiles...
Fly over this electric-looking barrier.
Flying through space.
Attempting to shoot down a satellite.
Game over, but I got a high score.
Zaxxon splash screen
Gameplay - entering the first fortress
The main menu
Beginning the first level
Avoid this force field!
Oops, I crashed into a wall
Destroying these targets could be tricky
Whoa, numerous enemy planes!
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