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Blaster

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Title Screen

Blaster

Developer: Vid Kidz
Publisher: Williams Electronics
Platform: Arcade (some revision of the early Williams MC6809-based hardware used for Robotron 2084, Joust, etc.)
Released internationally: November 1983


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It's Blaster. It's the sequel to Robotron 2084. You blast things...in 3-D!!!

Hidden Text

Various copyright messages are hidden in the game's programming. They start off normal, then the weirdness starts. "LED" and "EPJ" are Larry DeMar and Eugene Jarvis respectively, the co-designers of this fine game.

At 0x18FB0:

 COPYRIGHT 1983 VID KIDZ - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

At 0x29409:

 COPYRIGHT 1983 VID KIDZ - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 
 LED - EPJ

At 0x2B282:

 KEEPA YOU HANS OFFA MY PROAGRAMA

At 0x3046A:

 BLASTER(TM)
 BLASTER IS A TRADE MARK OF VID KIDZ
 COPYRIGHT 1983 VID KIDZ - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
 LED - EPJ
 YOU TOUCHA MY PROGRAM - I BREAKA YOU FACE!

At 0x38A5F:

 BLASTER(TM)
 BLASTER IS A TRADE MARK OF VID KIDZ
 COPYRIGHT 1983 VID KIDZ - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
 SO THERE!
 LED - EPJ