Hunter Patrol

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Hunter Patrol
Hunter Patrol
Title screen
Publisher(s) Mastertronic[1]
Composer(s) Rob Hubbard
Platform(s) Commodore 64
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Scrolling action shooter[1]
Mode(s) Single-player

Hunter Patrol was a video game by Steve Lee published by Mastertronic in 1985. The game was for the Commodore 64 home computer system. The music for the game was written in the same military style as the music from Battle of Britain. All music for this game was composed by Rob Hubbard.

The game was very similar in style to the arcade game Buck Rogers. Taking control of a WW2 aeroplane the player had to attack enemy installations on the ground whilst avoiding enemy planes and flak. Once a sufficient amount of installations had been destroyed the level's main target appeared. When this had been taken care of the player moved on to the next level with the rewards of a score bonus and an extra life.[2]

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