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The most fun video game ever made based upon something as simple as an elevator. This is an action game where the protagonist must traverse the building's numerous levels via a series of elevators and escalators while acquiring documents. The upper levels of the buildings are fairly easy to traverse and sparsely populated with enemies. As the player progresses downward, enemies become more numerous, some escalators appear for travel between levels, and some floors are completely dark, making it harder to see enemies in the halls. On the lower floors of the buildings (which, since the building is traversed from top to bottom, is actually further into the level), the elevator system becomes very complex and traversal more difficult. On these floors, not only does the player need to manage to get to the bottom floor, they must at the same time evade or dispatch the numerous enemy agents attempting to apprehend them. Traversing these lower floors requires some puzzle-solving skills and this novel game-play added to its appeal. Have Fun!
In this enemy action game, the player assumes the role of a spy who infiltrates a building filled with elevators. He must collect secret documents from the building and traverse the 30 floors of the building using an increasingly complex series of elevators. The player is pursued by enemy agents who appear from behind closed doors. These enemy agents must be dealt with via force or evasion. Successful completion of a level involves collecting all the secret documents and traversing the building from top to bottom. In the lower floors of the building, the elevator systems are so complex that some puzzle-solving skills are needed.
Do you like classic retro games and do you also enjoy to play free online games? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play the Elevator Action game online for free. Am I correct? ;)
Released in the Summer of 1983, Elevator action quickly became a classic of the Golder Age of Video Games. Elevator Action was ported to the ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, MSX, Commodore 64, Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Boy, and Sega SG-1000. Sony published a mobile version of the video game. On March 5, 2007, the NES port of Elevator Action was released on the Wii's Virtual Console. Elevator Action was one of the video games used as a basis for the manga Famicom Rocky published by Comic Coro Coro from 1985 to 1987.
According to the International Arcade Museum description of the game play. You are Agent 17 codename: "Otto". Your mission is to secure all top secret documents from a 30-floor security building and escape in a getaway car waiting in the garage at the very bottom of the building. Enemy spies are in pursuit of Otto throughout the entire building and their orders are to stop him at all costs. Agent 17 can vanquish the enemy spies by shooting them with his gun that can only fire up to three bullets at a time or kick them by jumping onto them. While Agent 17 is in an elevator, he will have complete control of it. To make it move up and down push up or down on the joystick. When Otto is not in an elevator, it will move from floor to floor automatically, even when enemy spies are in it. Enemy spies will be firing at Agent 17, so to avoid the bullets. After a bad guy fires, there will be a period of time until they fire again. This period of time shortens with each building completed, up to a certain minimum time. Bad guys will also tend to appear at worst moments, that is, when an elevator is about to reach the floor where Otto is.
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