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Up to 2 players, Simultaneous shared keyboard / mouse / joystick cooperative
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Splat screenshot
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DOSGames.com Review:  Rating: 3
Splat! is a very simple arcade-type game where the goal is to protect your sugar cubes from invading bugs. It plays somewhat like Gnat Attack from Mario Paint, if you remember that game! You can use keyboard, mouse, or joystick (mouse is recommended) and even have two players going. As levels progress, the speed and type of bugs gets tougher and tougher. Keep at least three sugar cubes safe to proceed. Overall it plays fine and looks decent. There's squeaky bug voices in the intro sequence (the author's?) so, it's got that going for it. (This version says "Registered" and "Do not distribute" but the game was downloaded from PLBM's old website so, apparently it was released for free at some point?) Not to be confused with the other DOS game named Splat!
Title:  SPLAT!
Version:  #1392
Desc:  Splat Game
Needs:  IBM PC, SuperVGA (VESA compliant)
Optional:  Joystick, SoundBlaster
Registration:  $9.95 (email only)
Author:  Kurt W. Dekker
Publisher:  PLBM Games
Email:  [email protected]
Special: any 3 for $19.95
See ORDER.TXT file for complete list

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