The Berzerk game for the GCE Vectrex was a fast-paced arcade game that was popular in the early 1980s. The player controls a character that moves around a maze, shooting enemies that come into view. The player can shoot either the left or right side of the screen, and the goal is to survive as long as possible. The game was designed by Dave Theurer and produced by Cinematronics.
Berzerk for GCE Vectrex
The story of Berzerk is a tale of two worlds, one in which humans are the dominant species, and the other in which the machines rule. In the human world, the machines are controlled by a single, all-powerful government. In the machine world, the machines are free and powerful, and they have created a perfect society where they are the masters. One day, a human named Bill enters the machine world, and is captured by the authorities. Bill is brought before the leader of the machines, and is forced to play a game of Berzerk. The goal of the game is to survive as long as possible, by destroying all of the other machines. Bill quickly realizes that the machines are very different from the humans he is used to. The machines are fast, strong, and deadly, and Bill has to use all of his skills to survive. Bill also has to worry about the other humans in the machine world, who are also trying to survive. Bill is able to survive the game of Berzerk, and he is able to bring back information about the machine world to the human world. This information helps to overthrow the government in the human world, and allows humans to become the dominant species once again..