ThunderStrike (Amiga, 3 1/2" Disk) Live Studios - 1991 USA, Canada Release

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ThunderStrike
Product ID 09146-29004
Product UPC 009146290047
Platform(s) Amiga
Media 3 1/2" Disk
Copyright date 1991
Publisher(s) Live Studios
Category(s) Entertainment, Arcade
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

Blistering action, multiple skill levels and worlds, state-of-the-art graphics and superb sound effects make ThunderStrike the challenge of the future... and the future is now!

  • Soar in a future world with sleek graphics, smooth scrolling and fast, fast action!
  • Dazzling, advanced 3-D vector graphics create breathtaking contoured landscapes in five different Olympic arenas.
  • Select any of five crafts, upgrade through great maneuvers and stay alive!
  • You must achieve a high TV rating in the military Olympics with hit rates, great defense and exciting play!

It's the year 2238 and the TV networks and defense industries control the Earth. Whoever has the highest ratings rules the world. The ultimate TV phenomenon is the military Olympics- where gladiators compete and attack enemy vessels in deadly low flying combat.

Choose to pilot a variety of sleek fighters and zoom along a tracklock or hug the undulating contours of the ground in a sleek and futuristic world. Your exploits are tracked by camera following right on your craft's tail- catching all the action in spectacular 3-D vector graphics, the fastest ever seen!

An intelligent Heads Up Display (HUD) provides you with weapon indicators and a radar display as you race to defend your home bases and destroy 3-D drones and their generators. But that is not enough- your strategy and action must be exciting enough to maintain TV ratings! Each new level in five different arenas tests your reflexes and skills, stretching them to the limit for the fight of your life!

Addictive, innovative, technically superior- ThunderStrike is a futuristic flight experience and a game player's dream.

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Amiga
Required RAM 512K

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