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This week on Atari Bytes, we’re burnin’ down the house! Well, burnin’ down a skyscraper anyway. Also, technically, we’re supposed to be saving the building. Would have been nice to know that sooner.
Our focus is the 1982 U.S. Games production TOWERING INFERNO, which may or may not be based on the 1974 classic disaster film “The Towering Inferno”. (Pick whichever enhances your enjoyment of the experience.)
In the game, you are a firefighter braving relentless flames, going floor-by-floor searching for survivors. I don’t want to brag about my firefighting skills, but I’m going to be Mr. January in next year’s “shirtless firefighter” calendar. So watch for that!
My thanks to Kevin McLeod at Incompetech.com for creative commons use of his songs “Reformat”, “Pinball Spring” and “Take a Chance.”