Welcome to the Battledrome Robotic Combat Network. This is a game of virtual
carnage and real adrenaline, one-on-one combat against the computer or another
player via modem or local area network. The sole objective here is pure, sweet
victory. Blow the other guy away, reduce him to a quivering mass of broken
neural connections, while your Herculan fighting machine stands triumphant
above the wreckage, glowing in the data-streams of cyberspace.
You place your bets, negotiate terms, and fight to win. When you win, you can
upgrade or replace your HERC, and move up in the tiers to kick some bigger,
badder tail. You can challenge up to 50 synthetic "Al" opponents, or take on
any human opponents you might care to meet over the phone or network lines.
Fame and fortune await you in the Battledrome Arena. But it will take more
than talk to prove you're the best-you'll need guts and speed and smarts, and
a trick or two up your sleeve as well.
Dynamix Inc. was located in Eugene, Oregon. Originally, the company was named Software Entertainment Company, which was started by Jeff Tunnell and Damon Slye, two graduates from the University of Oregon. The games weren't making enough money to keep Dynamix going, and in August 1990 the company was sold to Sierra On-Line.
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