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Milton Bradley
Vectrex

3D Narrow Escape  

"Enter the stellar fortress of a 23rd century warlord whose evil intent is to dominate your home star system and enslave all its inhabitants.

Your mission is to navigate through the narrow and fast-moving passages of the fortress and destroy the warlord's defense forces and his powerful arsenal. Beware...the passages of the fortress will encircle you in 3-D terror while the warlord's defense systems will become more menacing. Will you succumb to the evil of the warlord or destroy him and make a Narrow Escape?!"



SCREENSHOTS

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LINKS
 
 vectrex.takuranke.com - Excellent Vectrex website (japanese) with info on 3D games (and so 3D Narrow Escape)




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Source : vectrex.takuranke.com

year of release 1983
companies GCE
type game
media cartridge
requirement 3D Imager
systems Vectrex
number of players 1 player
staff Richard Moszkowski
tags 3d, 3d (real), shoot them up, space, vector graphics



 
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