Beach-Head - CIB

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Beach-Head - CIB

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3.0 average, based on 1 reviews

$95.99 (CAD)


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Beach-Head - Released by Intellivision Collector.

A peaceful island is being held by a ruthless dictator and his military troops. As Chief Commander of land and sea forces in the Pacific, you must obtain a quick naval victory and then invade the island with land forces. If your troops succeed in penetrating the island defence system, the most difficult challenge still remains: capturing the enemy fortress of KUHN-LIN.

 

Beach-Head is a multi-screen action game which requires different skills and provides new sequences as you progress through the game.

 

Beach-Head features 3-D graphics, excellent sound effects, and challenging action.

 

This marks Intellivision Collector's Sixth official released Homebrew game (IC-006). 

  • New Hybrid cartridge design
  • New Translucent cartridge shell
  • New circuit board design
  • High quality box, manual & overlay printing
  • Beautiful gatefold design
  • Shrink wrapped
  • Made with lots of love !

 

 

Product CodeBEAXMQZH26
ManufacturerIntellivision Collector
Stock Level78
ConditionNew
Weight0.11kg

Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 3

A Decent Port of an Okay Game

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Beach-Head is a direct port of the Commodore 64 game of the same name where your task is to get your fleet, and subsequently your tanks, through the enemy defenses to destroy the base at the end of the game. Played in four stages with an optional fifth, my personal enjoyment varied greatly from stage to stage. In the optional first stage, you guide your ships through a field of mines and torpedoes so get to the other side of the screen. It's tense and fun. In the second and third stages you battle the enemy fleet and airforce by adjusting your cannons to the correct angle to land hits. This is, in my opinion, tedious and not a great use of the Intellivision controller. The fourth stage is a side scrolling tank level that is quite fun, and then you arrive at stage five where you use the same cannon mechanic to take out small white squares on a base before it shoots you. While this port is faithful to the original, I find it to be much more difficult and honestly, I never really liked the C64 game. So take this review from that perspective.Mike's Gaming Gala (7 Jun 2024, 15:16)
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