Super Software

Download digitally archived Bally / Astrocade tape programs that will load with AstroBASIC (the BASIC with the built-in tape-interface).

"Each of the fourteen program sets described herein are designed to be both fun and challenging. These two words are what Super Software is all about. Our games offer never-ending fun with the use of 4-color graphics, 3-voice music, and machine language characters. All of our programs feature 'Skill Sence', a process which makes the game more difficult as the player's skill increases. We look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for your interest in our products." - BALLY/ASTRO PROFESSIONAL ARCADE SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE SOURCEBOOK (Summer 1982): G29.

The game descriptions come from advertisements (SOURCEBOOK, Summer 1982 and Spring 1984), brief overviews (SOURCEBOOK, Fall 1980) and the Arcadian newsletters.

Lazer Blazer Lazer Blazer.
By Super Software (Robert Rosenhouse).
ARCADIAN 5, no. 6 (Apr. 4, 1983): 102-103.
AstroBASIC, 2000-BAUD.

Archived from a tape in the Nate Reeder Tape Collection.

Lazer Blazer is a game of skill. The object is to destroy each of the lazer outposts before being hit yourself. The game uses joystick one. To move your spaceship, move the joystick in that direction. To fire straight down, pull the trigger. To fire at an angle, pull the trigger AND move the joystick at the same time. The first round consists of three bases. When you destroy all of them, you will receive bonus points, and will go on to the next round. If you take too long to complete a round, you will hear a warning sound. After the warning sound, you will only have a few seconds with which to hit the remaining base(s). Each game consists of three turns, with a bonus turn awarded at each interval of 2,500 points.