Humaniod Games
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Unique database ID : 59 Number Of Variants: 1
Release Date: 2007 Product Number: 0
Author: unkown Value £ 200
Box Type : Cardboard Tray Binary Rom Size : 2k
Label Type : Gloss 2 Colour Label Release Region : Europe
  Catagory : New Classics Rarity : Daily
 
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COLLECTING INFO
A competition was held for the design of the cover the winner would be awarded the first copy made, the winner being Klaus Bobacz. However this caused some controversy as it seemed some of the images were not original, unbeknownst to us. which upset some of the community who's had done their own work. This prompted the change of artwork for the second edition.

Heres the original owners list, however this may have changed by now
1. Klaus Bobacz (AUSTRIA)
2. Andy Ryals (UK)
3. Stephen Lister (UK)
4. Mark Guttenbrunner (AUSTRIA)
5. Dieter Konig (AUSTRIA)
6. Rene van den Enden.(AUSTRIA)
7. David Flemming (USA)
8. Steph Heywood (NETHERLANDS)
9. Patrick Selten (NETHERLANDS)
10. Peter Van Tol.
11. Alex Lehmann. (SWITZERLAND)
12. Klaus Peterka. (AUSTRIA)
13. Alex de Jonge (NETHERLANDS)
14. Karl Illetschko (AUSTRIA)
15. Fred Linders (NETHERLANDS)
16. Reinhard Traunmüller
17. Maurice Cezario. (BRAZIL)
18. Robbert Jansen.
19. Martin Jobst-Tremel (AUSTRIA)
20. Jens Brinkmann
21. Rene Lips (NETHERLANDS)
22. Christian Page (UK)
23. Jarret Waite. (USA)
24. William Cassidy.
25. Rodrigo Zargo
26. Gert Jan (NETHERLANDS)
27. Bas Kornalijnslijper (NETHERLANDS)
28. John Janssen. (NETHERLANDS)
29. Ian Baronofsky
30. Myself.(UK)
PLAYING INFO

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Play takes part on a boxed grid, where your ships travel the lines, you control the direction
of the ships by placing line switching devices on the intersections that force you to either travel down or right. pick up
power crystals that allow you to defeat the enemy ships, you have 15 lives, so do your opponents...but there is two of them

PROGRAMMED TRIP

The layout is the same, but this game (which I prefer) is a puzzle strategy, this time you need to pass over
coloured markers, but you must do this in the correct sequence, so before you ship leaves base, you must strategically place
the lane changers where you need them to cross all the markers in the correct order... you only get one shot at this...

This is the Humanoid games first edition production of this unusual discovery from Brazil, of the original there has only ever been one copy found, this prompted great excitement from the community of a previously unheard of game, which was later put into production by ourselves here at videopac.org under the name of Humanoid Games
There was a brief run of the first edition which was made to mimic the "Parker" style case of the day being a lift lid tray. with a multi page instruction manual
TRIVIA
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Variations

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Europe
Manufacturer:
Humaniod Games
Product Number:
0
Frequecy:
Daily
Value (UK POUNDS) £ :
200
Box Style:
Cardboard Tray