The iconic Atari game Missile Command didn’t get the best of ports even on the C64. So fans of the frenetic arcade blaster should definitely check out this latest game news that’s been sent to us by Saberman, as he has informed us that DrMortalWombat has released a very cool clone of Missile Command for the Commodore 64! In light of this news, as ever Saberman has done a video of the game in action which can be viewed below.

Here is what the website says about the game “There are two dead safe methods to survive a nuclear attack with ICBMs.  Defence with anti missiles and “Duck and Cover” where a simple desk will defy a multi megaton nuke.  Your mission is to protect the six major cities against the global nuclear attack, else perish with them. You control three anti ICBM missile launch sites,  if you run out of missiles or launch sites or the enemy missiles you are out of luck until the end of the stage. Target and fire your missiles using the joystick in port 2 or the 1351 mouse in port 1. The game has two soundtracks, one for a single SID and one for dual SIDs”.

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