The Slider is a soccer-based game but a little more different as there is a mixture
of madness marbles.
Players must play soccer with the madness marbles and prove their worth. A maximum
of two players can play this game be it your friend or with a computer clone.
The concept of this game is futuristic that doesn't exist in the present world.
In the main gameplay, you will control a ball from a landscape perspective. You have
to core goal by hitting and guiding other tiny marbles of your enemy into the opposite
red and blue marked areas. You will need to play with some tricky methods for guiding
other tiny marbles into marked areas. The interesting thing is that the other playing
will also be trying o do the same with your marbles. You just need to prevent your
marble from getting trapped. Hitting your opponent marble around the corner can help
you win the game according to the rules.
The interesting thing of Slider is a puck that may be hidden somewhere in every level
and ‘herd’. You will be awarded the bonus points if you succeed in finding it.
You can still start your game from the starting point in case you fail to find
the puck. The slider offers normal graphics that are reasonable according to the year
it first came out. It was published by Palace Software, Ltd. and developed
by Microids in 1991. This game was launched for Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari STD
and DOS platforms.
Microïds is a French company founded in 1985 by Elliot Grassiano. Some of the best sellers in the company's large games library are primarily in the adventure genre: Amerzone, Syberia I and II, Still Life and Obscure.
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