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Date Posted: 09:09:40 12/11/02 Wed
Author: Kirk Waldroff
Subject: "ancient" vector sword-fighting game

I'm wondering if anyone remembers an extrememly old stand-up arcade game that I do. It was vector-based and consited of your player sword fighting an evil knight in armor. The hook was that the action was displayed over actual cardboard cut-out of ledges in a dark castle, and if you moved your man off a ledge, you'd fall into an abyss.

anyone? anyone?

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[> Re: "ancient" vector sword-fighting game -- BaronVR, 16:46:06 12/22/02 Sun

The game is called "Warrior". If you're into emulation, then the emulator that I use to play it under Win95 is Retrocade, but since it's probably been added to the MAME emulator. Now it's it's on my mind, and I'm home with the flu, I think I'll play a round...

>I'm wondering if anyone remembers an extrememly old
>stand-up arcade game that I do. It was vector-based
>and consited of your player sword fighting an evil
>knight in armor. The hook was that the action was
>displayed over actual cardboard cut-out of ledges in a
>dark castle, and if you moved your man off a ledge,
>you'd fall into an abyss.
>
>anyone? anyone?

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[> [> Re: "ancient" vector sword-fighting game -- kirk, 10:08:11 01/02/03 Thu

Thank you so much.....

ahh it brings back my 9th birthday party at Chuck E Cheese's
hahahaha

Hope you feel better

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