RoboSport (Amiga, 3 1/2" Disk) Maxis - 1991 USA, Canada Release
|Media||3 1/2" Disk|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
The thinking man's shoot-em-up.
RoboSport is a computerized battle-strategy simulation game. It combines the tactical challenge of chess with the intensity of guerilla warfare to provide total strategic mayhem.
Armed with bombs, bullets, missiles, grenades and more, you control teams of Robots that compete in five different sports: Survival, Treasure Hunt, Capture the Flag, Hostage and Baseball. Plan your tactics, instruct your troops, and kick Robutt!
Windows: Connect up to four machines using NetBIOS on networks such as Novell, Banyan Vines and Microsoft LAN Manager.
- Simple visual Robot programming system: Just point and click.
- Thousands of preset battles.
- Easy beginner games and challenging scenarios for advanced tacticians.
- Nearly unlimited game customization options.
- Includes 24 battlefields.
- Digitized sounds of battle.
- Humiliate your friends in a head-to-head challenge of brain and guts.
- Win and you're a brilliant conquering general, lose and you're a bucket of bolts.
- Use electronic Zap weapons for close-up destruction, missiles for long-range devastation, and go Kamikaze when all else fails.
- Play on two computers connect via modem or serial links.
- Use the included RoboPlayer program to view movies of completed battles.
- Play against other humans or against any of four computer personalities.
- Amiga: Connect up to four machines using Commodore's TCP/IP Network board.