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Apple II Game: Bilestoad (1982 Datamost)

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Uploaded on Sep 1, 2010

A fighting game where players control meatlings that hack and battle with axes and shields from a top-view perspective. The name is derived from the German words Beil (axe) and Tod (death). The odd spelling reflects Goodman's idea of a future language similar to A Clockwork Orange's Nadsat in which English has been modified by the borrowing of foreign words [1]. Although the game may seem medieval, the backstory in the manual explains that the axe fighting is actually a future virtual reality game designed to reduce real violence.The game offers more strategic variation than many fighting games, letting the player run away and be chased around the island. The musical soundtrack begins with a bizarre, ponderous, off-key re-working of Beethoven's "Für Elise".

Emulator: AppleWin1.17.2.0
Recorder: Camtasia 7.0
Editor: Virtual Dub + Camtasia 7.0

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