Spy Vs. Spy III Arctic Antics (C64, 5 1/4" Disk) Epyx - 1987 USA, Canada Release

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Spy Vs. Spy III Arctic Antics
Product ID 80561-00225
Product UPC 080561002255
Platform(s) C64
Packaging Retail Box
Media 5 1/4" Disk
Copyright date 1987
Publisher(s) Epyx
Label Maxx Out!
Category(s) Entertainment, Arcade
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

Somewhere out there on a frozen arctic island is a launch card, a uranium cube, an empty rocket, and your life-long arch-enemy.

The race for space is on.

If you don't jet before the big blizzard, you're iced for sure. But before you can lift-off, you'll have to fend off stray polar bears, sub-terminal temperatures and some rather unsavory booby traps.

Yes, it's straight out of the Joke and Dagger Department of MAD Magazine. Only this time, if you blow it, you'll be the punchline.

  • You'll see split-second action of a split-screen. Here, for example, your opponent cuts holes through the ice in a radical attempt to get the drop on you.
  • A Trapulator monitors your weapons, inventory, elapsed time and body temp. Check out the Black Spy. Anyone for Spysicles?
  • Who doesn't love a good snowball flight? That is, until the cold war escalates to ice picks, saws and TNT. One well-placed blast and it'll be snowing Spy for days.
  • At last, a fiery launch and it's bye-bye Black Spy, leaving White Spy stranded forever. The very thought's enough to send chills down your spine.

System Requirements

Required RAM 64K

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