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lose/lose from topless robot

One of the more interesting concepts for a no-budget freeware game I’ve heard recently- in this Space Invaders-esque (for the casual video gamers) shmup (for the hardcore gamers), every alien baddy represents a file on your hard drive. Zap the alien, say goodbye to your file. Also, one collision with the aliens kills you, and uninstalls the game from your computer. Pretty intense. I’m going to have to assume that the high-score leaders for this game found a way of having the game only delete spoof files, or else they are playing on computers that don’t belong to them (ha ha).


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