Spacewrecked (Amiga, 3 1/2" Disk) Konami - 1991 USA, Canada Release

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Spacewrecked
Packaging cover Spacewrecked.
Product ID 83717-23300
Product UPC 083717233008
Platform(s) Amiga
Packaging Retail Box
Media 3 1/2" Disk
Copyright date 1991
Publisher(s) Konami
Developer(s) Gremlin Interactive
Category(s) Entertainment, Adventure
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

Under new management.

A routine biological survey mission into the Orion galaxy became a space nightmare. The biological specimen locks snapped open the instant the fleets' 20 ships time warped into the eye of the exploding Wolf-Raert nova. The labs bizarre cargo of 20 alien creatures emptied within minutes, taking control. A desperate SOS was sent out, just as fuel and navigation systems faltered.

The ships drifted along for a decade in hopeless orbit when the SOS finally reached Earth. Most of the human crew opted for cryogenic freeze. Others still alive, suffer from radiation poisoning.

You must return the ships to Earth using what you find on board...6 programmable robots, weapons, pass keys, maps and chemical coolant. Your only obstacles are the mad crew, the new crew, and time. You are spacewrecked.

Welcome to the War Room. Danger from every direction. Check time, alien moves, your health, weapons, radiation levels, even messages from the main computer.

Scavenge and save vital items needed for the rescue effort. When things get too heavy, offload to a robot.

Each ship's 4 systems need to be restored to 80% efficiency. But, be careful with the Floxine, a dangerous, highly toxic coolant, as you backpack it to the systems in need of repair.

The intelligence on Telerek. Despite his lack of it, he's extremely hostile and eager to live to 230. You're in his way.

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Amiga
Required RAM 512K

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Retail Box cover Spacewrecked. Retail Box back Spacewrecked.

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