- Space Intruders (1979 on Commodore PET/CBM, 1981 on Apple II)
- Space Intruders (1980 on TRS-80)
- Space Intruders (1981 on ZX81)
- Space Intruders (1988 on TRS-80 CoCo)
- Space Intruders (1993 on DOS)
In the pilot seat of his Calurian Cannon Ship, the player finds himself at the Forts of Falnon (massive defense and refueling stations), responding to a mayday message requesting help. However, it appears our hero has arrived too late. No-one remains alive in the Forts and suddenly a warning light strobes on the console alerting him of an incoming battle formation of Alien Intruders. Taking cover behind the defensive Forts, the player must move his Cannon Ship, avoiding the curling cords of deadly energy being fired from the alien attack ships. The only way to stop these aliens is to blast them with bolts of Caluric laser fire. You must stop them here before other more defenseless civilizations succumb to this evil menace from the stars!
One of many Space Invaders clones for the ZX Spectrum.
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First commercial game for the Spectrum
In 1982, only very few professional game companies are founded, most development was still done in the bedrooms. Quicksilva was one of the first UK companies dedicated to creating games. Quicksilva's release of Space Intruder is the first commercial release for the Spectrum, sold at a price of £5.95.
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Game added by Kic'N.
Game added February 17th, 2007. Last modified February 22nd, 2023.