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Missile Command 3D

Missile Command 3D (JAG) game cover art
Platform: Jaguar
Tags: Shooter
Developer: Atari


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Missile Command 3D review

Reviewed May 24, 2007

LS650 says: "Missile Command 3D is really three games in one cart. One is a reasonably close replica of the original arcade version: an enemy has launched nuclear missiles at your cities on the bottom of the screen. As the missile contrails streak down the screen, you move a pointer to aim interceptor missiles at the incoming enemy weapons. "
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