Description: The computer game "Galactic Deathmatch" moves you in 4356: The humans have explored wide parts of the space and stand in contact with many extraterrestrial life forms. Intergalactic wars must be avoided, hence, the most advanced and mightiest life forms of the galaxy are determined to select a life form, which takes a supremacy, to whose rules and laws all the other life forms must keep. The most advanced and mightiest life form should be chosen in a competition: Every life form sends an envoy, who represents his world. Every envoy has to master different tasks as a spaceship pilot and line up in the course of the competition against other envoys. You slip in the role of the envoy of the earth and must try to master all challenges, to carry the humans to the top of the galaxy government.
Frank Zapper Deathmatch Contest 1.1 Enter the training center, where computer-controlled bots will hunt you. Only accuracy with your laser rifle and fast tactical decisions will save your life. Enter the training
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