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Color Space Invaders

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Color Space Invaders
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Name Color Space Invaders
Year 1981
Author(s) Spectral Associates
Media Disk, Tape, ROM-Pak
Memory 16k
Platform All CoCos
Publisher Spectral Associates (originally Barnett & Bank Bros.?) [[Category: Spectral Associates (originally Barnett & Bank Bros.?)]]
Requires Joysticks
Video Mode PMODE3 128x192 /PMODE4 256x192
Info Source Luis Fernández
About the Software Info Box

Color Space Invaders was the first commercial clone of the arcade smash Space Invaders available for the Coco.It was also the closest version graphically until Mark Data Products Space Raiders came out. A good copy of the arcade space shoot-em-up. I have just added an earlier version screenshot showing the original name of the company, before it became Spectral Associates (it was originally known as Barnett & Bank Brothers). I have not been able to verify this; I am hoping somebody that was around that early in the Cocos history will know if this is correct or not.


Review: Color Space Invaders in Rainbows 1981-10, page 9)