Firelower red button(s colecoVision Edit This version has four starting levels, a version high score save and game a destroyed bridge game count.
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A bridge marks the end of a game level.The bridges are game also numbered version and tanks and balloons were version atari added.Firebutton, atari 5200, edit.Bridges are also encountered during a game, which, upon being destroyed, the player will start off at raid the last bridge they destroyed prior to losing a jet. The player's jet crashes if it collides with the riverbank or an enemy craft.
IBM PCjr Edit On this version, the player can select up to bridge number 50 to start their game.
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Controls Edit Move leftO key Move rightP key Firebottom row Faster2 key SlowerW key Pause gameH key Reset gameCaps shift/Enter keys Reset menu selectionsSym shift/Enter keys Note: the above are the default in-game controls, which can be reassigned.
Place the rewound cassette into the cassette player.
Tanks cannot be destroyed when they are on a land mass, atari as they are always out of firing range, except for atari when the player destroys keygen a bridge when a tank is.
Manoeuvre your way down gerson the meandering atari river valley, avoiding the cliffs on either side and destroying rufino the enemy ships, balloons, helicopters and tanks as you.
Pdf File size: 1874 kB Download: not available (old warez) Game size: 16 kB Recommended emulator: Stella From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: River Raid is a scrolling shooter video game designed and developed by Carol Shaw, and published by Activision in 1982 for the Atari.
River Raid was followed by River Raid II in 1988, which was released only for the Atari 2600.