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Virus Killer is a strange and ambiguous yet still somewhat intriguing game. The goal is to wipe out all of the viruses that have infected a PC. You do this by driving around a maze-like circuit board type area, killing viruses and repairing / activating "memory locations" on the walls. The instructions are not very clear and the way you navigate is confusing, yet the game looks quite decent (for 1989!) and there seems to be decent depth. It seems too difficult to hit the viruses during the little mini-game that plays out when you try to remove them, but otherwise basically playable once you get the controls sorted out; maybe you'll be more willing than I am to spend the time to figure out what exactly all of these gauges and stuff actually mean!
Space Switch between MDebug and First Person View
F2 Activate a subsystem (Green rectangles on Memory Location Wall)
F3 Repair a subsystem (Red rectangles on Memory Location Wall) (Must repair to activate)
F4 Pick up an item or software (or absorb Debug unit)
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CTRL-F12 attempts to speed up game, CTRL-F11 attempts to slow it down. See Instructions section above for help playing the game!
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