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  • Here is yet some more evidence that there will be LAB (life after BattleSphere.) From out of nowhere comes Protector, a Jaguar game that was apparently abandoned but has recently been resurrected by Carl Forhan for completion. Carl has received the blessings from the original developers and has set about finishing the game. As it stands now, it's about 80% complete.

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  • Upon first glance at Protector's screenshots, you might get a sense of Deja Vu, as it's quite similar in look (and play-action) to Defender and Defender 2000. But a closer inspection of the game in motion (an extended video feed of the game will be found in Mark Santora's World of Atari '98 Video) reveals a space blaster which has enough unique elements that distinguishes itself from other games in the same genre. Some of the main features include rendered enemies and explosions, over three layers of parallax scrolling, fast frame rate, unique power-ups, digitized voice samples and over 40 levels of non-stop mayhem.

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  • Carl is putting the finishing touches on what promises to be a strong addition to the still-expanding Jaguar library, and if things go as planned, we should expect to see it available before too long.

  • For up-to-the-minute info about Protector, keep checking back with AGH, or pay a visit to Carl Forhan's Protector Page. To order the Official World of Atari '98 Video, head on over to Mark Santora's Page.

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