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Uridium is a sci-fi horizontal scrolling shoot-'em-up for the Commodore 64 (and other 8-bit machines). It consisted of fifteen levels, each named after a metal element, with the last level being called Uridium (a fictional metallic element). The manual quotes Robert Orchard, who "invented" the name: "I really thought it existed."

Uridium was later released for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Mindscape purchased a license to release a game based on the film The Last Starfighter. Rather than program a new game, however, Mindscape decided to take an easier route by recycling a program from an older, relatively obscure game. The title Uridium was dropped, but the levels and gameplay were identical.

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Commodore 64
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Mindscape, Inc.
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Graftgold Ltd.
Uridium - Cover Art Commodore 64

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