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Game Information:

Name Skeleton+
Tournament Atari 2600-Regulation Play
System Atari 2600
Company PD
Year Released 2003
Type of Game Maze
Competition styleMost points, most stages, least time
Info/Special Rulesversion used is (14-05-2003) (NTSC)
Game difficulty settings (from manual):
DIFFICULTY SWITCHES LEFT=A upon game START: 10 skeletons per level; B upon game START: 5 skeletons per level.
LEFT=A DURING game: Undead locator turned off; B DURING game: undead locator turned on.
RIGHT=A upon game START: 49 health and weapon does half damage; B upon game START: 99 health and weapon does full damage.
RIGHT=A DURING game: skeleton speed does not reset until a new level; B DURING game: skeleton speed resets after each skeleton.
TV TYPE: Color: Skeleton drains health on touch; B&W: Skeleton kills you on touch.

To submit a score, BOTH dips must be set to A DURING gameplay (you can choose the other three factors (skeleton number, health total, touch of death) based on your ability). TV TYPE SWITCH When the TV TYPE switch is set to B/W the Skeletons have the touch of death. The game is over if you are touched by or touch a Skeleton.

Sum - Scores4
Average - Scores4
Sum - Length00:00:00.00
Average - Length00:00:00.00
Sum - LB Points20.000
Average - LB Points20.000
Lead Changes0

NOTE: Scores/Stages/Lengths/LB Points <= 0 as well as INACTIVE recordings do NOT count toward averages.

Submission Log:

NOTE: Yellow blocks indicate a score that was in 1st place at the time of submission.
UsernameScoreStagesLength LB PointsRank
Q.T.Quazar40 00:00:00.0020.0001
2010-06-18 04:20:23: AA/Color dips, at start and during.
Confirmed by Skito2010-06-18 08:22:29: (05:18.35) this feels like a clone of something...
Comment by Q.T.Quazar2010-06-19 22:41:00: Not quite--you called it Skeleton+ and then had version info in the title too-- i just moved the version info into the 'info'. I didn't change the version or anything, just shifted info. There definitely was a screenie before--i tried to preserve it by putting the full old name in the screen cap field, but i must have screwed sth up there--maybe an extra space or sth ,sorry--i know it's annoying to redo them.
Comment by Skito2010-06-19 09:58:37: no not a clone, i had run this and named it skeleton you renamed it skeleton+ , i had made a screen shot earlier.
Comment by Q.T.Quazar2010-06-18 23:19:50: Nope, not a clone, but I edited and re-organized the info and stuff for this game (i didn't put it in the database--that was you or gb9) so it's entirely possible you playtested it at some earlier point. Of course, the 3D maze thing is hardly unique--Tunnel Runner is thematically quite similar but not really the same, since *that* game is about avoidance (Tunnel Runner is also a much better game). Other 3D mazers on the Atari include: Merlin's Walls, Crypts of Chaos, and the excellent London Blitz.

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