Blake Stone: Planet Strike is the sequel to the computer game Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold, made by JAM Productions and released on October 28, 1994, by Apogee Software. It featured new enemies (mostly palette swaps of the originals), new weapons and levels.
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... the next floor in the elevator, the player advances levels in Planet Strike by way of the "Security Cube" ... The player then must move Blake Stone quickly out of the way to avoid his being damaged by the blast ... Planet Strike features a new auto mapping system where the a portion map constantly shows on the bottom screen instead of the stats screen and rotates as the player rotates ...
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