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Conquest PC Booter The Conquest Title Screen


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Conquest is a variant of Joust.

The player starts with four lives and controls a giant bird (bigger than in Joust) in the prehistoric age to battle pterodactyl warriors. The giant bird has the ability to run and to fly by constantly flapping its wings. Defeating pterodactyls is done by slamming into the pterodactyls (which bears no visual resemblance to actual pterodactyls) from a higher altitude; a lower altitude will result in death, while vertical altitude will result in the player and the pterodactyl bouncing off each other. Successfully slamming from a higher altitude will turn the pterodactyls into eggs, which may bounce away, as well as award the player with points. Additional points may be gathered by collecting these eggs.

The game is divided into different rounds which will introduce more challenges: additional pterodactyls, which will spawn at any one of the eight green spawning areas; the lower ground will disappear and introduce wind current affecting the gravitational velocity of all moving objects in the game; the default six platforms may also change into fewer platforms; and an indestructible dragon may occasionally appear, resulting in instant death when collided with.


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Conquest PC Booter Instructions (demo version)
Conquest PC Booter Defeat the enemy birds by flying over them and landing on them. This will make them turn into eggs which you can collect for points.
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A cute clone of Joust. Trixter (9114) 3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars

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Demo version

Conquest is one of the four games featured in the "Windmill Software Demo Disk", a rare release circa 1986 which contained playable demos if Conquest, Digger, Rollo And The Brush Brothers, and Styx. The games contained more verbose gaming instructions than the originals, but only the first level(s) could be played. These demos were released into the Public Domain.
Trixter (9114) added Conquest (PC Booter) on Mar 01, 1999
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