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Game information for "3-D Havoc" - DP Online Rarity Guide

Game ID: 48696

Console / System: Atari 2600

Title: 3-D Havoc

Scarcity (loose): 10

Value in USD (loose): 0

Scarcity (complete): 0

Value in USD (complete): 0

Publisher: Amiga

Section: 4

Designer: Jerry Lawson

Designer 2: Frank Ellis

Developer: Video Soft

Style: First-Person Shooter

Description: Originally planned to be a cassette game for Amiga's Power Module peripheral. It was later planned to be 1 of 3 "3-D" games on Power-Play Arcade cart #1. According to Jerry Lawson, who implemented the use of 3-D, the programmer for this might have been Frank Ellis (sp). Catalog description: "Your stellar cruiser begins to shudder as the hyperwarp drive suddenly cuts out. Slowing down, you realize you've entered an asteroid field. A BIG asteroid field. You bolt for the high-density laser-pulse inverter. Your only chance is to blast your way out. And you'd better start now..." Discovered by Scott Stilphen in 2007 - 100 boxed (and numbered) copies were sold in 2010 under agreement with Jerry Lawson for $40 each. Price and scarcity reflect the original prototype, not the reproduction.

Release date (MM/DD/YYYY): 2010

Country / region: USA

Part #: 2110

Web site: http://www.digitpress.com/library/videosoft/havoc.htm

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