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Assault

Assault (A2600) game cover art
Platform: Atari 2600
Genre: Shooter
Developer: Bomb

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Reader Reviews

Assault review

Reviewed December 25, 2003

ddsilver says: "I'll admit, when I first powered up Bomb's Assault cartridge, I was prepared to hate it. After discovering that it has a quirky control system that required you to push the joystick up to shoot, I was prepared to really burn it in this review. When I saw that the enemies looked just like the ones in Imagic's Demon Attack, only drawn with a dull crayon, I was prepared to give it a 3 at best. "
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