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Publisher: Rainbow Arts     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1990

Box scan missing - can you help? Conqueror Game music missing - can you help?
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l_stalker_l wrote ...2011-04-28 17:20:44
great game spent hours playing this back in the day
guy ross wrote ...2003-10-06 17:40:44
One of the first demos I bought (from an ST Format coverdisk, about 3 months before I'd saved the money to by my first ST) - I was a good laugh in two player, when one controlled the tank and the other controlled the turret - especially when you disagreed with each other over priority targets.. Never got the full game though (so WHY am I putting comments here?)
David Vaughan wrote ...2003-01-11 17:27:45
Conqueror can be found on Pompey Pirates compact disk 25, Zuul compact disk 36, Medway Boys compact disk 60 and Automation compact disk 273.
Syborg wrote ...2002-12-03 10:44:34
I enjoyed this one, was it by the same guys that did 'Virus'? It sure looked like it, but in tanks. Very cool all the same, I liked blowing up trees and watching the birds scatter. I don't mean to sound sick and twisted, but thats the way I am so it comes out that way! :-)
Darren White wrote ...2002-04-03 17:29:33
used to sneak across to the girls school computer room to play on this they had a room full of ST's no one ever said anything till we put a virus on the machines...... ahhhh glory days!!