Off the Wall (1989 video game)

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This article is about the Atari 2600 game. For the arcade game, see Off the Wall (1991 video game).

Off the Wall is a 1989 Atari 2600 game developed by Axlon and published by Atari Corporation. It's a clone of Breakout with an Asian theme. Axlon was the game development studio owned by Atari founder Nolan Bushnell. Off the Wall was one of the last games released by Atari for the 2600.

Unlike Breakout and Super Breakout, Off the Wall is controlled with a joystick and not the paddle controllers.[1]

Plot[edit]

Players take control of the hero Kung Fu Lu, and the objective is smash through an evil wall to kill a dragon that has been tormenting villagers. In the game, Lu receives several power-ups to achieve his goal, and he must overcome a bat that stands in his way.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Atari 2600 reviewes N-O". The Video Game Critic. 

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