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Blue Print is a 1982 Maze Game, developed by Zilec Electronics and manufactured by Bally/Midway. It was released for arcades, and ported to the Atari 2600, Atari 5200, and Commodore 64 by CBS Electronics.
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In the game, you play J.J., an inventor whose girlfriend Daisy is being chased by the evil Ollie Ogre. To defeat him, J.J. must scour the houses of a village to find parts of a machine based on a blueprint and assemble it without collecting bombs or running into Fuzzy Wuzzy.

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  • Alliterative Name: Ollie Ogre.
  • Big Bad: Ollie Ogre, because he is trying to kidnap Daisy.
  • Damsel in Distress: Daisy, who spends the entire game being chased.
  • Endless Game: The game repeats itself until you lose all of your lives.
  • Every 10,000 Points: Played with; you will get an extra life at every 30,000 points.
  • Plot Coupon: The machine parts.
  • Public Domain Soundtrack: "Joe Avery's Piece" is used as the game's soundtrack tune.
  • Puzzle Game: Once you find the pieces, you must assemble them in the correct order by placing them on the blueprint.
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  • Sticky Bomb: Once you pick up a bomb, it sticks to you and you must get it to the pit to get rid of it or else it will explode.
  • Timed Mission: The player must assemble the machine and get it running before Ollie gets his hands on Daisy, or else you lose a life.

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