Another shoot-the-alien type, but more interesting than many due to the complex steering geometry of the mutant hordes therein. Looking like little apples, butterflies and monsters, they swirl and loop across the screen.
I enjoyed this game, as I enjoy many shoot-the-alien games. But I already own a couple of very good shoot-the-alien games, and I doubt if I would actually want to buy this one - after all, I wouldn't like to get too many of them.
Rabbit pack their cassettes in fancy boxes without inlay cards, which is a little tiresome of them as the instructions soon become separated from the game.
In this case, it's not a great problem as as few instructions are needed as are given. The whole thing is just a touch predictable.