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Sorcerer Invaders  rating is 3rating is 3rating is 3rating is 3rating is 3

Sorcerer Invaders is of course a clone of Space Invaders for the Exidy Sorcerer.

Programmed by Brian Wyvill, it must have been released around 1979 or 1980.

It's a good adaptation thanks to its fast action. You can choose game speed (between 0 and 9) and you can fire several missiles in a row.

The originality of this version is that your missiles are limited. You only have 64 of them to destroy 40 aliens. If you're out of munition, it's game over!



 SOFTWARE RELATIONS:

    Sorcerer Invaders was inspired by Space Invaders (*multiple ports*)


SCREENSHOTS

menu / options
enter level

game over




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year of release unknown
companies company unknown
type game
media tape
systems Exidy Sorcerer
number of players 1 player
staff Brian Wyvill
tags shoot them up, space



 
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