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|Platform(s)||Atari ST (original)|
|Genre(s)||Vertically scrolling shooter|
|Mode(s)||1-2 players alternating|
Goldrunner is a vertically scrolling shooter published developed by Steve Bak and Pete Lyon for the Atari ST and published by Microdeal in 1987. Rob Hubbard composed the music. An Amiga version followed. A sequel, Goldrunner II, was released in 1988.
Goldrunner is a freely vertically scrolling shooter game where it is possible to fly back and forth as in Defender. The player is steering a golden spaceship equipped with two laser cannons, flying over huge ring worlds whose structures must be destroyed. The ship has a speed booster to accelerate.
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