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Moraff's Super Entrap  1992

The sequel to Entrap, Super Entrap is a turn-based strategy game where you attempt to reach the other end of the playing field while robots of progressively increasing intelligence home in on your position. You can move around in the eight compass directions, filling gaps to create new paths in the playing field, and putting holes in the playing field to block or entrap your enemies. The playing field is less attractive in Super Entrap, and the map is no longer visible at all times. On the upside, you can see farther to the left and right, and you can navigate from the new map screen, making it unnecessary to even view the playing field, unless you want to see what the enemies look like. There are now also impassable barriers. You can also create a "large hole" that destroys all of the squares around you, making it easier to isolate yourself from enemies. There is only one episode in this "Beginner's Version", but the registered "Advanced Version" has 10 difficulty levels.

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Moraff's Super Entrap v2.0 Shareware (67,191 bytes) xxxx DOS
Moraff's Super Entrap v4.1 Shareware (87,083 bytes) xxxx DOS

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