History VideoGame / BlakeStonePlanetStrike

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''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.

Following Pyrus Goldfire's escape at the end of ''Aliens of Gold'', British Intelligence initiated a large-scale search to capture him. For many years, no trace of the arch-villain could be found. In 2149, Dr. Goldfire is spotted in an abandoned training facility near the former STAR Institute. He is building an army stronger than anything witnessed before, in a second attempt to enslave humanity. Blake Stone is once again sent to stop the villain, with a direct order to find and terminate Dr. Goldfire, so that he would never threaten civilization again.

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* BigBad: Dr. Pyrus Goldfire.
* MadScientist: Dr. Pyrus Goldfire.
* OneWingedAngel: [[spoiler: Goldfire will turn into a monstrous alien creature at the end of the game]].
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''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.

Following Pyrus Goldfire's escape at the end of ''Aliens of Gold'', British Intelligence initiated a large-scale search to capture him. For many years, no trace of the arch-villain could be found. In 2149, Dr. Goldfire is spotted in an abandoned training facility near the former STAR Institute. He is building an army stronger than anything witnessed before, in a second attempt to enslave humanity. Blake Stone is once again sent to stop the villain, with a direct order to find and terminate Dr. Goldfire, so that he would never threaten civilization again.

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!!This VideoGame contains examples of:
* BigBad: Dr. Pyrus Goldfire.
* MadScientist: Dr. Pyrus Goldfire.
* OneWingedAngel: [[spoiler: Goldfire will turn into a monstrous alien creature at the end of the game]].
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* BigBad: Dr. Pyrus Goldfire.
* MadScientist: Dr. Pyrus Goldfire.
* OneWingedAngel: [[spoiler: Goldfire will turn into a monstrous alien creature at the end of the game]].
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''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.

Following Pyrus Goldfire's escape at the end of ''Aliens of Gold'', British Intelligence initiated a large-scale search to capture him. For many years, no trace of the arch-villain could be found. In 2149, Dr. Goldfire is spotted in an abandoned training facility near the former STAR Institute. He is building an army stronger than anything witnessed before, in a second attempt to enslave humanity. Blake Stone is once again sent to stop the villain, with a direct order to find and terminate Dr. Goldfire, so that he would never threaten civilization again.

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