In 2085, the Works destroyed the human race. You were lucky enough to escape by hijacking a space shuttle. You need to fly to paradise, overcoming 20 million light-years of travel... Does it exist? Can civilization be revived? The answers to these questions are waiting at the end of the road. But first, kill... or be killed.
Blaster is an ancient arcade game from Williams, which is an unofficial sequel to the popular hit Robotron: 2084. Despite this, there is no hint of robots in the Atari 5200 version of the game. In total, about 500 slot machines were released. Unusual for the early 80s, the three-dimensional (and very imperfect) look in the game and its high complexity did not allow Blaster to take place as a hit. Another reason why the game did not become popular is the high cost of filling the slot machine (3D graphics are voracious).
The game was first made for the Atari 400/800, and later, when the development of the 5200 was completed, it was ported to this system as well. In the same year, a prototype of the game was shown to Williams, who decided to release an arcade version of the game. The collapse of the video game market in 1984 made it impossible to release a console version.
In Blaster, you need to shoot enemies and dodge obstacles on the way. 20 different levels will not let you get bored.