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CompuColor II

Lunar Lander  

Land your module on the moon before your fuel supply is exhausted. Be careful, you might crash.

Lunar Lander was one of the 4 games available on the Star Trek Compucolor Sof-Disk disk (later called Star Trip), along with Star Trek, Shoot and Tic-Tac-Toe.

According to the release date, Lunar Lander was more an adaptation of Moonlander, an early computer game designed by Jack Burness in 1973 that ran on the DEC GT40 graphics terminal (typically downloaded from a PDP-10 mainframe computer), than a graphic version inspired by Atari's Lunar Lander (itself inspired by Moonlander).



SCREENSHOTS

Let's try to land this thing !

Ooops

Yes ! Did it !




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Box art
Source : www.compucolor.org

year of release 1978
companies Compucolor (publisher)
type game
media disk
systems Compucolor
number of players 1 player
staff unknown
tags gravity, space



 
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