Armor Geddon II: Codename Helfire, a strategy-simulation game released in 1994 by Psygnosis. The game was released for Amiga computers.
Codename Helfire, referring to the events of the previous part of the game. As you can remember, you have managed to remove the threat of annihilation by eliminating the powerful laser. However, there was another group of people who wanted to repair and restart the laser. To this end, they built factories to produce missing components for the laser power generator. Your task is to eliminate these objects and thwart the re-launch of the laser.
In the game players are given, as in the predecessor, several types of vehicles and several types of weapons. The mechanics and the gameplay are no different from the first part, so that we can immediately sit at the controls of selected combat vehicles.
Armor Geddon II is a much improved graphics and logic game. The advantage of the game is the ability to play two people. For fans of the first part, a mandatory entry.
You can run from 2 floppy disks (the first is intro). Armor Geddon II requires min. 1Mb RAM.
F1..F6 - vehicle selection, F8 - radar range (min.), F9 (or I) / F10 (or O) - larger / less radar range,
- view from the tower, 1 - view from the cockpit, 2 - front view, 3 - satellite view, 4 - armament view,
5..7 - view from outside, 9 - view on target track, SHIFT + 9 - view of target, - / + - decrease / increase power,
Backspace - brakes, E / SHIFT + E - acceleration / deceleration time, R - change resolution,
T - target selection, U / J - zoom,
left ALT + A - turn autopilot (again another target), A - turn off autopilot,
L - docking (hangar), Z - weapon selection, X - arming,
C - change of control mode (joy / mouse / keyboard), TAB / CTRL - raise / lower cannon,
DEL / HELP - decrease / increase armor (shield), right key AMIGA - flare
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