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Crystal Interactive Software Re-Release Ultra Violent Worlds

Ultra Violent Worlds is the first game to be released by Crystal Interactive Software into the retail end using their dual format idea, and so your copy of Ultra Violent Worlds can be played either on the Amiga or pc.

Ultra Violent Worlds developed by Australian developers Vorlan Software is a straight out shoot'em up. Ultra Violent Worlds first surfaced in 1998, but their first release suffered from a number of bugs. However, Crystal Interactive Software has assured Amiga Flame that these bugs have been ironed out.

The story behind Ultra Violent Worlds is that in 2305, Earth had reached a new level of prosperity, but in the early hours of the 21st of February it all changed, Zarnaxians arrived bringing with them ultra violence. The Zarnaxians took Mars in a matter of hours, destroyed Earth's defence forces and cities and then hurled the moon towards Earth. Not much remains but it's in these settings that you return to take on the Zarnaxians to free Earth and Mars.

It features 3 layer parallax scrolling (vertical), background animation's in arcade quality graphics allowing for fast action, awesome explosions, and providing the atmosphere of ambient sound FX and fast pumping soundtracks. It's got funky retro shoot-em-up playability and can be played in two player on screen simultaneously.

Ultra Violent Worlds is CD-Rom only, requiring Aga, and at least 4MB Ram. I am particularly pleased by the fact that you can pick up your copy in the UK at PC World, Dixons, EB, and Game. It really makes a change to purchase a game the traditional way rather than by mail order. Other Amiga gamers in Europe and the US should check out any mainstream retail chain for their copy of Ultra Violent Worlds.

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