Description of Stargoose Warrior
In 1989, Spinnaker Software Corporation publishes Stargoose Warrior on DOS. Also published on Amiga and Atari ST, this action game is abandonware and is set in an arcade, sci-fi / futuristic and shooter.
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MarkTheMorose 2019-07-15 0 point
Of note to UK viewers... The designers of the game (S. Cain and G. Everett) were programmers at Imagine, at the time of the infamous 'Mega Games'.
dz1 2013-12-14 0 point DOS version
Looks can be deceiving. Although this game looks boring, it's so intense it'll keep you busy for hours. At least it did that to me when I was a kid. Very basic controls and very basic gameplay ensures that you'll have plenty of time to get frustrated at the enormously difficulty of this game.
In this game, you're a spaceship and need to clear a course. It's filled with enemies, both static and dynamic, mines, pluviometers for some odd reason and traps. Shooting at them'll decrease your ammo, flying into them'll decrease your shield. If you survive long enough to have this happen, you can even run out of fuel. Luckily, there're refill tablets spread around across the course and you frequently see a tunnel filled with refills which you can capture, so you'll be able to last longer in this tedious game.
Stargoose is only for the hardcore gamers of this genre. Have you finished Xenon II? Did you clear Last Of The Eichhoff and was Zone 66 a piece of cake to you? Then try your luck at this one and experience what it's like to be beaten by the game instead of beating the game.
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