RetroSphere is a fast, action packed and fun arcade style game inspired by Trailblazer from the early 80s. The object of the game is simple, guide your ball down the track to the finish line as quickly as possible.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: RetroSphere is a fast, action packed and fun arcade style game inspired by Trailblazer from the early 80s. The object of the game is simple, guide your ball down the track to the finish line as quickly as possible. Sounds easy enough but be careful as there are many holes and obstacles that may hinder your progress. One last thing, do not fall off else your entropy will be maximised. Full version contains...
64 levels of z plane madness!
32 different track tile types!
32 cool, original, CD quality tunes!
1 and 2 player game modes!
Practice mode, ability to turn off specific track tile types and allows you to play any track (even your own)!
Fully featured custom level editor so you can design and play you own tracks!
Beautiful lush DirectX graphics with amazing special effects including eye candy particle engine!
Fully configurable video, audio, controls!
Supports resolutions right up to 1792x1344 in glorious 32 bit colour with anti aliasing!
Full screen and windowed mode!
High score table!
Non violent and fun for all ages!
Install, uninstall support!
Lifetime technical support!
Free updates for life!
Warm satisfaction that you are supporting an independant software developer!
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