Attack of the Mutant Camels 2: Yak Attack John Dow, John Blythe 2002

An unofficial sequel to Attack of the Mutant Camels, Yak Attack has more in common with Dropzone on the C64. This version is toned down quite a bit (because it was originally really hard). I defy anyone to work out how to gubb the giant spiders. Controlling the camel is simple - arrows for direction and Ctrl for shooting (just hold and you have "autofire"), nothing more. In the palaces, you recharge a stock of "deadly spice" that makes Trevor your "prototor" and thanks to which he can shoot. Animals that you want to save saddle and ride on them to the "cowshed" where you leave them to their fate. You can move freely around the screen and fly left-right as you like. Otherwise, this is a Project-X-style game (except for the added freedom and salvation of the Llamas). When you save everything to save it, moving to the next round follows. In this game, as in Pacman, rather, to achieve a high-score than some "passing through the game", so do not expect such a great variability environment and enemies.
Free Game 1.3MB (uploaded by Internet Archive Software Collection)

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