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Line of Fire

Line of Fire by Richard Aplin received a lukewarm response in most of the reviews when it was released, but it did feature an impressive real-time scaling routine to shrink the graphics.


breakout.png closed.png flag.png font.png garage.png gunbox.png gunsprite.png jeepsprites1.png jeepsprites2.png jumpdown.png light.png open.png titlebk.png titlespr.png

Inter-Level Map

map.png sec1-4.png sec5-8.png


backpic2.png backpic3.png backpic4.png backpic6.png bazookaguy.png bigchopper.png explosions.png finalwalls.png finalwalls2.png guys.png newsprites2.png overlays.png planebits.png sprites1.png sprites2.png sprites3.png sprites4.png sprites5.png sprites6.png sprites7.png sprites8.png submarine.png templepic.png templesprites.png train.png

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  • Gravatar for Ryan M Rousseau

    Glade to see that you uploaded a new rip after more than a year. Seriously, I am. Congratulations and thanks for your the work.

    Ryan M Rousseau 28/12/2017 9:06pm (7 years ago)

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