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Fusillade

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Download fusillade.sit (17.86 KB)
For System 1 - 5 - System 6.x
Download fusilladescans.zip (15.11 MB)
For System 1 - 5 - System 6.x
Emulation
This game works with: Mini vMac

You're the last person stuck on Planet Fusill and must defend a city from power-hungry kamikaze looters in a fast-action shoot-out which intensifies at dizzying speed as wave after wave attacks your position in over 30 knuckle-whitening levels. Hours and hours of fun and challenge!

Keep enemy ships from making off with the crystals at the heart of a PacMan-like maze.

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k

Originally sold as a boot floppy. Can be run from a hard drive, but still shuts down the Mac when you quit.

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by MCP - 2012, May 5 - 10:57am

Thanks, gruz!

by gruz - 2012, May 5 - 6:26am
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Finally got around to scanning the packing for this game. Uploaded it here.

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by j_damage•69 - 2011, January 29 - 6:19am

Just watched all your reviews on youtube, very cool! I remember playing all these games as a kid, they seemed to just pop up or came with the system. Operation Tsunami, Glider and Load Runner where prob my favorite. Makes me wish I had a mac plus again, really miss the old days. My current old system I use now is OS 9.2.2, games just aint the same though :/

Keep up the good work bro!

by gruz - 2011, January 29 - 5:14am

Yeah that was me who bought it. I tried creating a disk image with DiskCopy 4.2 but got error -71. Not sure how to rip this disk, I've heard Miles Computing uses nasty copy protection...

I unboxed and reviewed this game though, check it out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHd1Y2Uy6l0

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by MCP - 2010, December 22 - 1:24pm

Someone just bought this on eBay.

http://cgi.ebay.com/Fusillade-Arcade-game-128K-512K-Macs-NIB-/2706799867...

by watchsmart - 2009, October 5 - 8:38am

Seems to run well in Mini vMac with system 6. Make sure to slow down the emulation... this is a real oldie.