Abandonware DOS title

Astro Fire

Astro Fire is a free top down shooter game developed by ORT Software and released by ORT Software in 1994. Astro Fire runs on DOS.
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Additional info about Astro Fire

The original game Asteroids was one of the most popular arcade games of the 80s; a shooter first published for arcade machines in 1979:
Title: Asteroids 
First released in: 1979
Developer: Atari
Publisher: Atari, Taito
Designer: Lyle Rains, Ed Logg, Dominic Walsh
Originally developed for: arcades
Also released for: Atari 2600, Atari 7800, Atari 8-bit, Game Boy

This game is a remake of: Asteroids

Status: freeware

Input: keyboard

Distributed on: cd-rom, download

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  • AbandonwareDOS - 23/09/2015 18:37
    @Joe, this is an Asteroid variant, there should be a plethora of similar games. Try here: http://www.abandonwaredos.com/abandonware-list.php?tp=10&gen=arcade&subgen=228&subgentxt=Asteroids+variants
  • Joe - 21/09/2015 05:43
    Hey, I totally grew up on this game, but I'm SURE that I played a multiplayer version with my friends. One of the levels had smiley faces in it that you had to shoot too. I may be way off my rocker, but I thought it was astrofire. Google isn't helping much. Any guesses as to what that game was? Each player started in the corner of the screen after they died. Any help appreciated.
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