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Bedlam  rating is 2rating is 2rating is 2rating is 2rating is 2

"Your home galaxy has been invaded by alien colonists hoping to claim all inhabited world as their own. You have been given the ultimate responsability of protecting your galactic neighbours from the invaders. Blasting the aliens with the amazing anti-molecular cannon transport them thousand of light years away where they will cause no further bedlam. But beware the invaders will be increasingly ruthless. The future of the galaxy rests on your shoulders. Good luck!"


title screen

menu / options

game over

with overlay


Box - back





documentation - cover

Documentation - page 1

Documentation - page 2

Documentation - page 3

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year of release 1982
companies GCE
type game
media cartridge
systems Vectrex
number of players 1 - 2 players (alternate)
staff Lenny Carlson, William Hawkins
tags shoot them up, vector graphics

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A bit too static and simple for me... It's reminiscent of Tempest, but Tempest it isn't.

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