History VideoGame / Centipede

25th Mar '16 3:18:20 PM FordPrefect
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This was one of Atari's biggest hits; it was popular with women, mainly due to the pastel color scheme. Additionally, one the [[WrenchWench creators of the game was also a woman]], Donna Bailey.[[note]]The other creator is Ed Logg.[[/note]] It was ported to several consoles, including the UsefulNotes/{{Atari 2600}}, and got a sequel in ''VideoGame/{{Millipede}}''.

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This was one of Atari's biggest hits; it was popular with women, mainly due to the pastel color scheme. Additionally, one of the [[WrenchWench creators of the game was also a woman]], Donna Bailey.[[note]]The other creator is Ed Logg.[[/note]] It was ported to several consoles, including the UsefulNotes/{{Atari 2600}}, and got a sequel in ''VideoGame/{{Millipede}}''.
15th Feb '16 2:55:39 PM eroock
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'''''Centipede''''' is a 1980 video game. The player controls a gun with a trackball that can only move in the bottom fifth of the screen. The object is to shoot a centipede that works its way down to the player area through a field of mushrooms. Other attacking enemies are fleas, spiders, and scorpions.

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'''''Centipede''''' ''Centipede'' is a 1980 video game. The player controls a gun with a trackball that can only move in the bottom fifth of the screen. The object is to shoot a centipede that works its way down to the player area through a field of mushrooms. Other attacking enemies are fleas, spiders, and scorpions.
30th Dec '15 4:01:41 AM tropower
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This was one of Atari's biggest hits; it was popular with women, mainly due to the pastel color scheme. Additionally, the [[WrenchWench creator of the game was also a woman]], Donna Bailey. It was ported to several consoles, including the UsefulNotes/{{Atari 2600}}, and got a sequel in ''VideoGame/{{Millipede}}''.

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This was one of Atari's biggest hits; it was popular with women, mainly due to the pastel color scheme. Additionally, one the [[WrenchWench creator creators of the game was also a woman]], Donna Bailey. Bailey.[[note]]The other creator is Ed Logg.[[/note]] It was ported to several consoles, including the UsefulNotes/{{Atari 2600}}, and got a sequel in ''VideoGame/{{Millipede}}''.
20th Dec '15 5:31:56 AM tropower
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This was one of Atari's biggest hits; it was popular with women, mainly due to the pastel color scheme. Additionally, the [[WrenchWench creator of the game was also a woman]], Dona Bailey. It was ported to several consoles, including the UsefulNotes/{{Atari 2600}}, and got a sequel in ''VideoGame/{{Millipede}}''.

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This was one of Atari's biggest hits; it was popular with women, mainly due to the pastel color scheme. Additionally, the [[WrenchWench creator of the game was also a woman]], Dona Donna Bailey. It was ported to several consoles, including the UsefulNotes/{{Atari 2600}}, and got a sequel in ''VideoGame/{{Millipede}}''.
30th Nov '15 9:50:13 AM bt8257
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This was one of Atari's biggest hits; it was popular with women, mainly due to the pastel color scheme. Additionally, the [[WrenchWench creator of the game was also a woman]], Dona Bailey. It was ported to several consoles, including the UsefulNotes/{{Atari 2600)), and got a sequel in ''VideoGame/{{Millipede}}''.

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This was one of Atari's biggest hits; it was popular with women, mainly due to the pastel color scheme. Additionally, the [[WrenchWench creator of the game was also a woman]], Dona Bailey. It was ported to several consoles, including the UsefulNotes/{{Atari 2600)), 2600}}, and got a sequel in ''VideoGame/{{Millipede}}''.
28th Nov '15 1:06:41 PM bt8257
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This was one of Atari's biggest hits; it was popular with women, mainly due to the pastel color scheme. Additionally, the [[WrenchWench creator of the game was also a woman]], Dona Bailey. It was ported to several consoles, including the Atari2600, and got a sequel in ''VideoGame/{{Millipede}}''.

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This was one of Atari's biggest hits; it was popular with women, mainly due to the pastel color scheme. Additionally, the [[WrenchWench creator of the game was also a woman]], Dona Bailey. It was ported to several consoles, including the Atari2600, UsefulNotes/{{Atari 2600)), and got a sequel in ''VideoGame/{{Millipede}}''.



* CreepyCentipedes: Though they appear more on the machine's side art than they do in the actual game due to graphics limitations.
30th Aug '15 8:10:51 AM Superjustinbros
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* TheEighties

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* TheEightiesTheEighties: The decade the game originated in.



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19th Jan '14 5:48:58 AM DeepRed
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This was one of Atari's biggest hits; it was popular with women, mainly due to the pastel color scheme. Additionally, the creator of the game was also a woman, Dona Bailey. It was ported to several consoles, including the Atari2600, and got a sequel in ''VideoGame/{{Millipede}}''.

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This was one of Atari's biggest hits; it was popular with women, mainly due to the pastel color scheme. Additionally, the [[WrenchWench creator of the game was also a woman, woman]], Dona Bailey. It was ported to several consoles, including the Atari2600, and got a sequel in ''VideoGame/{{Millipede}}''.
19th Jan '14 5:48:35 AM DeepRed
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This was one of Atari's biggest hits; it was popular with women, mainly due to the pastel color scheme. It was ported to several consoles, including the Atari2600, and got a sequel in ''VideoGame/{{Millipede}}''.

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This was one of Atari's biggest hits; it was popular with women, mainly due to the pastel color scheme. Additionally, the creator of the game was also a woman, Dona Bailey. It was ported to several consoles, including the Atari2600, and got a sequel in ''VideoGame/{{Millipede}}''.
15th Dec '13 2:28:36 PM Superjustinbros
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