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Atari A to Z (Pete Davison) - 16/07/2022
What's a secret agent to do when there's four movies' worth of things to blow up? Jump in his amphibious car and get shooting, obviously... Let's Play! https://youtu.be/4DpI81pHENQ
Scott Stilphen - 15/11/2020
Yes, this is a prototype version - "WIP 6". There's a photo of the cartridge on my site:
http://www.ataricompendium.com/game_library/prototypes/8bit/james_bond_007.html

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GenreShoot'em Up! - Horizontal ScrollingYear1984
LanguageMachine LanguagePublisherParker Brothers (USA)
ControlsJoystickDeveloper[n/a]
Players1, 2 (alt.)CountryUSA
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[unknown]

LicensePrototype
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[n/a]

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Additional Comments

Other version with the same title:


Parker Brothers (USA).

Could somebody confirm this is an earlier build of the game?

Main differences with the original cartridge release:
- pressing the fire button will let you select the starting mission
- pressing the fire button has no effect in the "GOOD LUCK..." scene
- the intro music plays fine on all systems whereas the early notes are off on XL-XE computers with the cartridge version

Missing original file!

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Book / Magazine Reviews

 Computer Games · November, 1984Rating: A 


Your vehicle's a James Bond special: it can fly straight up in the air, dive below the water and packs lasers for knocking out airborne targets and flare bombs for underwater foes. Scenes from Bond films form the basis of the four missions, all staged on horizontally scrolling screens. In Diamonds Are Forever, you bounce across a crater-pocked desert, avoiding bombs from indestructible... [more]


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