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Orc Attack is a fixed shooter video game written by Dean Lock for the Atari 8-bit family and published in 1983 by Thorn EMI. The game was re-released, along with Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum ports, when Thorn rebranded as Creative Sparks, and later at budget price by Sparklers and Top Ten. In Orc Attack, the player protects a castle wall by dropping boulders on ladder climbing orcs. Though the visuals are low resolution, Orc Attack has a high level of violence.

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  • Orc Attack is a fixed shooter video game written by Dean Lock for the Atari 8-bit family and published in 1983 by Thorn EMI. The game was re-released, along with Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum ports, when Thorn rebranded as Creative Sparks, and later at budget price by Sparklers and Top Ten. In Orc Attack, the player protects a castle wall by dropping boulders on ladder climbing orcs. Though the visuals are low resolution, Orc Attack has a high level of violence.
  • Orc Attack, sottotitolato You Against the Hordes in alcune edizioni, è un videogioco d'azione pubblicato nel 1983 per Atari 8-bit e nel 1984 per Commodore 64 e ZX Spectrum dalla Creative Sparks, un'etichetta del gruppo britannico (un'edizione per Atari uscì anche direttamente come Thorn EMI Video). Consiste nel difendere la parete di un castello dall'assedio di soldati orchi. Trae ispirazione da di Mike Singleton. Nel 1993 circa uscì un remake gratuito per Amiga intitolato Ork Attack: The Return, realizzato in AMOS BASIC; nel 2005 ne uscì anche una conversione per Windows.
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  • Orc Attack is a fixed shooter video game written by Dean Lock for the Atari 8-bit family and published in 1983 by Thorn EMI. The game was re-released, along with Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum ports, when Thorn rebranded as Creative Sparks, and later at budget price by Sparklers and Top Ten. In Orc Attack, the player protects a castle wall by dropping boulders on ladder climbing orcs. Though the visuals are low resolution, Orc Attack has a high level of violence.
  • Orc Attack, sottotitolato You Against the Hordes in alcune edizioni, è un videogioco d'azione pubblicato nel 1983 per Atari 8-bit e nel 1984 per Commodore 64 e ZX Spectrum dalla Creative Sparks, un'etichetta del gruppo britannico (un'edizione per Atari uscì anche direttamente come Thorn EMI Video). Consiste nel difendere la parete di un castello dall'assedio di soldati orchi. Trae ispirazione da di Mike Singleton. Nel 1993 circa uscì un remake gratuito per Amiga intitolato Ork Attack: The Return, realizzato in AMOS BASIC; nel 2005 ne uscì anche una conversione per Windows.
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