The Mutant Virus: Crisis in a Computer World

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The Mutant Virus: Crisis in a Computer World
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Cover art
Developer(s) Rocket Science Productions[1]
Publisher(s) ASC Games[1]
Platform(s) NES
Release
Genre(s) Action[1]
Mode(s) Single-player

The Mutant Virus: Crisis in a Computer World is an NES video game produced by ASC Games. It was made in April 1992.

Gameplay[edit]

A screen shot showing Gliders being created by a Gosper Glider Gun

The plot centers around protagonist, Ron, and his fight to eliminate a virus out of a global A.I. that is responsible for every aspect of technology in the game's present day. If Ron is unable to extinguish the virus, humanity will be thrown back to the Stone Age. The player controls a miniature "space ship" that shoots anti-virus and other variations of the weapon to try to contain the virus in that room.

The virus in the game is a cellular automaton following the rules of Conway's Game of Life, with the exception that each cell is either a virus cell (green) or a clean cell (light blue). As new cells are created, they either become virus cells or clean cells depending on which type makes up the majority of their neighbors.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Release information". GameFAQs. Retrieved 2008-11-25. 

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