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Управление эмулятором: Escape-сервисное меню с настройками эмулятора.
ЛЕВЫЙ ШИФТ+6 7 8 9 0 в TR-DOS

При загрузке страницы фокус передается эмулятору для управления с клавиатуры,если перевели фокус щелчком мыши на другой элемент,то перегрузите страницу.

Еsc-service menu. LEFT SHIFT + 6 7 8 9 0 in the TR-DOS. Emulator management: when loading the page, the focus is transferred to the emulator for keyboard control, if the focus is moved by clicking on another element, then reload the page. that is, when the page loads, the emulator itself will stand in the field of visibility and ready to be manipulated from the keyboard. If you left-click on the page, the focus will go to it. Return to the management of the emulator in this case, reload the page. In this case, you can safely position the screen along with the keyboard with the mouse wheel.

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Full title Mega-Apocalypse
Year of release 1988
Publisher Martech Games Ltd (UK)
Re-released by Erbe Software S.A. (Spain)
IBSA (Spain)
Author(s) John K. Wilson, Jas C. Brooke
Inspired by Gottlieb (USA) (arcade coin-op: Mad Planets)
Machine type ZX Spectrum 48K/128K
Number of players 1
Controls Keyboard
Type Arcade: Shoot-em-up
Message language English
Original publication Commercial
Original price £8.99 (£14.99 for disk version)
875 ptas.
Availability Available as both Perfect TZX and non-TZX
Protection scheme None
Additional info Appeared on tape 1, side B of the compilation 10 Computer Hits 5 (Beau-Jolly Ltd)
Appeared on tape 3, side B of the compilation 30 Red Hot Hits (Beau-Jolly Ltd)
Appeared on side B of the compilation 4 Most Thrillers (Alternative Software Ltd)
Also listed on Freebase
Other systems This title was also advertised for and/or published on the Amstrad CPC and Commodore 64

Martech Games / Electronic Arts

You are now the proud owner of a mega-advanced shoot 'em up for your
(Has it loaded yet? If the answer is Yes - skip the next paragraph.)

It is a very strange Universe really - isn't it? All those millions of
planets and moons and stars and comets swirling about in the vastness
of space. Imagine what fun it would be to explore - to boldly go where
no boldly goer had boldly gone before - unless they happened to live
there. Latest research from the Institute of Advanced Research (I.A.R.)
indicated (... loaded yet???) that there are quite a lot of planets
with things living on them. Some of these things are pretty intelligent
like us really. (God this is awful!) Other of these things are really
stupid, like whelks, for example. Anyway, to cut a long story short,
you have been selected to explore the Universe, boldly seeking out
strange and exciting new worlds. If you find any, your instructions
are quite clear. BLAST THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS OUT OF THEM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

As you set off in your remarkably fast and powerful spacecraft - your
mind is tingling with excitement. Slowly you hurtle at excessive
speeds into the void - blasting a stray comet into a million
shimmering pieces! But what's this (... there's more!! c'mon tape
turbo - get on with it).

Your world is suddenly filled with highly useful objects floating
aimlessly in front of you. Things like missiles, rotate motors,
speed-up thrusts (I ask you ... is this likely!) shields and - yep -
extra lives. Frantically, you try to capture them. But what's this!!!
(... Again?) Someone else is also trying to grab the goodies. His
shield is impervious to your laser bolts. Oh No! And what's this? It's
an enormous and highly populated planet ...
WHAM!!! BLAM!!! KERPOW!!! WOW!!! It's Mega-Apocalypse.

Have fun!!!


UP ^ Q
FIRE FIRE any key Z to M


Mega program code and sound effects by John Wilson
(from original game by Simon Nicol)
Mega music by David Whittaker
(from original Rob Hubbard soundtrack)
Mega graphics by Malcolm Smith
Mega cover illustration by Steiner Lund

© Martech Games Ltd. 1988 MEGAAPOC.tap`8995530.png````````

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