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Alien Olympics ( GB ) ( GBC )

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Alien Olympics is a wacky combination of track & field games and retro-arcade games that you play as an alien. There are 8 unique alien characters that you can choose and compete against. Each alien has different strengths and weaknesses. For example, Mr. Mune (a caterpillar-like alien) has many legs enabling him be very good at shooting events but also makes it difficult for him in racing events.

You can either compete against a friend by sharing the keyboard or against the computer. There are a total of 15 different events to compete in and you have the choice of tackling a selected few, or going through the whole series. You also have the option of practicing first to get the hang of things.

The 15 events are:
50 Qrbit Dash (Racing)
Laser Leaping (Hurdling)
The Big Bounce (Long jump)
Laser Skeet I (Shooting Targets)
200 Qbit Splurge (Racing)
Lunge Leap Splat (Triple jump)
Toxophilly (Archery)
Flob Flop (Shot put)
Saber Launch (Javelin throw)
Survival (A Pac-Man variant)
Alien Hurl (Another throwing game, but your alien is now the object to be thrown by a giant robot)
Laser Skeet II (Shooting Targets)
Jetpack Tag (similar to Asteroids)
Lizard Leap (Pole vault)
Wall Jumping (High jump)

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Published by Mindscape, Inc. Developed by Dark Technologies Released 1994 Platforms DOS, Game Boy

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