This Missile Command variant puts the player in control of two missile bases, each controlled by a different mouse button. As warheads, planes and smart bombs attack the player's cities, he or she must fire missiles at them by pointing the mouse at a target area and clicking the appropriate button. Ammunition is limited and missile bases can be completely destroyed by enemy fire, so a mix of strategy and coordination is necessary for success.
Well, this is the simple, shareware (but full) version of Warhead, made by Brian C. Lowe and Eric Lee Steadle.
The game is a bit like paratrooper, except this one has more color and seems more fun to play. You're a little canon (again) and your small "town" is under attack by a few bombs and planes. Your task is to destroy those attacking objects. But it's not that easy, because your tiny little bombs are very slow, so you have to act around 4 seconds before the bomb actually gets to that spot.
It's a simple, fun game. Actually, not really one you could play for hours, not even 15 minutes, but it's nice for a wingame from around '91!
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