Fly Fighter

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Fly Fighter is a platform/shoot 'em up video game developed and published by Digital Magic in 1989 for Amiga computers. The game was also re-released as Scorpion, with another title screen and another order of levels.


Players fight hordes of enemies as they traverse five large scrolling levels, each of which is guarded by a powerful boss.[1] The player character attacks enemies by firing energy bolts from their fingers.[2]


The game received the ratings of 93% in Amiga Computing, 69% in Computer and Video Games, 62% in The Games Machine, 60% in CU Amiga, and 47% in The One. The main point of criticism was the game's very bad collision detection.[citation needed]


  1. ^ South, Phil (May 1989). "Reviews - Scorpion". Computer and Video Games (EMAP) (91): 36. 
  2. ^ "A Sting in the Tail - Scorpion". The Games Machine (Newsfield Publications) (18): 44. May 1989. 

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