Fill'er Up!

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Scott Stilphen - 09/07/2018
From A.N.A.L.O.G. magazine issue 10.
Tom Hayes - 20/12/2016
I remember keying this in to play from the A.N.A.L.O.G. listing. I also remember you could play a certain way to fill the entire screen, 100%.
rave.N - 11/03/2016
Fill'er Up! (and the Electric Starfish, small Qix knock-offs) are missing the enemy sparklers that burn like fuses along the walls, making for a dimensionless game which precipitated the creation of "Fill'er Up! II", worthy of letting these older versions get erased. "FU-2" added sparklers, but even "FU-2" still lacks the 2-color 2-speed 2-points draw system which the Arcade and Atari Qix do have.
rave.N - 25/09/2015
As long as this file is MISSING, an unauthorized duplicate of it was commercially published in Europe under the name "Electric Starfish". It is a short binary file 3275 bytes but originally appeared as a BASIC program containing all machine language DATA statements, with an instructions page slapped on top of it. "Qix" clone.
Matt Huls - 06/01/2012
This was a nice little Qix clone.


Fill'er Up! atari screenshot
Fill'er Up! atari screenshot


GenreArcade - QixYear1983
LanguageMachine LanguagePublisherANALOG Computing

Hudson, Tom

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Cover Artist(s)[n/a]Serial10
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From issue 10 of ANALOG Computing dated February / March 1983.

Type YES at the prompt to run game.

Released with slight updates as Fill'er Up! II.
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