Tyler Frisbee Posted February 14, 2015 Share Posted February 14, 2015 (edited) This certainly isn't a very groundbreaking game, but its my first Atari 2600 game, so I just wanted to see what people thought. In Dragon Defense, you assume the role of a wizard defending a castle wall against an army of dragons. Each time a dragon hits the wall or blasts it with fire, part of the wall crumbles. If the dragon makes it past the wall or you lose all 3 of your lives, the game is over. By collecting mana potions (represented by the ball), you are able to cast four different spells. Each spell requires a different amount of mana points. You can cast a shield spell (0 mana points) by pressing the fire button, an attack spell (1 mana point) by moving the joystick to the right while pressing the fire button, a healing spell (4 mana points) which regenerates the 3 lives you begin with by moving the joystick to the left while pressing the fire button, and finally a spell which rebuilds any damage caused to the castle wall (8 mana points) by moving the joystick down while pressing the fire button. You gain a point for every dragon you kill. Tips: its best to aim for the head and torso of the dragon when firing, also I may have hidden something of an Adventurous easter egg in the game. Thanks to everyone around here, especially Random Terrain that, without whom, I'd never be able to get this off the ground! Dragon Defense.bin Dragon Defense Manual.pdf Edited February 14, 2015 by Tyler12464 4 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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