I am developing the single player mission so that enemy spaceships
fly around the screen and if they spot you they will start shooting at
you. These are the outlines for the Missions so far:
Mission 1 Scout- You have been sent to scout the area for enemy
ships. Fire at any dangers and report back when you have examined the
area. A basic mission in which you fly round the screen and shoot down
enemy aircraft if they pop-up. You win if you destroy all the enemy
ships in the area and they win if you lose 5 lives.
Mission 2 Defend- The enemy has assembled an assault squad of ships,
you must shoot as much of the enemy down as possible without letting
too many pass through the bottom to your base. The enemy will
fly-around to give the player a chance to hit before passing through
the bottom. When you reach a certain amount of kills you will win and
when they reach a certain amount of invaded ships you lose.
Mission 3 Destroy the bomb- The enemy has discovered your space base
and now they attempt to blow it up by planting a bomb nearby. You must
destroy the bomb before the enemy can do harm but beware it is heavily
defended. The screen cycles upwards when you have removed enemy from the area and if you fall behind
and pass through the bottom screen you respawn and lose a life. If you reach the top
then you simply stop moving and the screen scrolling upwards will soon reveal you. The sides
wrap around as usual. If you destroy the bomb you win and if you lose 5
lives you lose.
Mission 4 Elemental Battle- Your base is near a newly fought battle
between new elemental aliens. Their battle is wreaking havoc in the
area and you must destroy them all before they do any damage to your
base. Fight hardier enemy ships, some shoot laser beams and other
release fireballs that seek out enemy targets. Destroy all the alien
ships before you lose 5 lives to win.
Mission Boss- Fight an armoured spacestation with an advanced defence
system. Fight through each phase of its attack and destroy it to win.
You lose if you lose a certain amount of lives.
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