[size=140]Uridium is a science fiction side-scrolling shoot 'em up originally designed by Andrew Braybrook for the Commodore 64, and later ported to other 8-bit machines. It consists of fifteen levels, each named after a metal element, with the last level being called Uridium (a fictional metallic element, not to be confused with the real metallic element iridium). The manual quotes Robert Orchard, who invented the name as saying "I really thought it existed." Uridium was later released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1990. Mindscape purchased a license to release a game based on the film The Last Starfighter. Rather than program a new game, however, Mindscape decided to take an easier route by recycling an older, relatively obscure game. The title screen, sprites, and soundtrack were modified, but the levels and gameplay were identical. And now the game has been made available on the MSX computer thanks to Trilobyte and Toni Galvez![/size]
[size=140]Uridium Limited Deluxe Edition:
New and exclusive features in a 64k ROM cartridge, available soon as Solid State Software, with plastic box, exclusive cover and documentation. Numbered cartridge manufactured by Repro Factory. There is also a free version of the ROM available for download.Pre-order price:
30 Euros 28 Euros + Shipping.
Pre-Order now your Uridium Numbered Limited Deluxe Edition and get a discount of 2 euros on the final price.
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