Ant Attack

Ant Attack

Ant Attack is an action game which innovated the usage of three freedom grades for an isometric perspective game. The freely explorable city, identified in the inlay blurb as Antescher, a combination of Ant and Escher, the famous visual paradox...

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Platform Commodore 64
Release Date 1984
Game Type Released
ESRB Not Rated
Developers Argus Press Software (APS)
Publishers Future Publishing, Mastertronic, Microbyte, OziSoft, Quicksilva Ltd.
Genres Action
Max Players 1
Cooperative No
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Community Rating: 4.43
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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ant_Attack
Video Link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfqF_Wh97_o
Overview
Ant Attack is an action game which innovated the usage of three freedom grades for an isometric perspective game. The freely explorable city, identified in the inlay blurb as Antescher, a combination of Ant and Escher, the famous visual paradox artist, is teeming with deadly giant ants. The player controls a boy or a girl and races around the city trying to find his/her lost half while jumping on structures to avoid the ants, or fighting the insects by either jumping on them or throwing grenades. When the hostage is found, the protagonist needs to guide him/her into safeness. Then the next round, with higher difficulty and the hostage being placed at another point, begins. The perspective can be switched to four 90° turned views. This C64 conversion of Sandy White's ZX Spectrum classic was coded by Paul Fik & Mevlut Dinc with Fik doing the graphics. Released in Commodore Format 1992/05 (Issue #20) / re-released by Mastertronic.
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