Perestroika (Video Game)

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Dewayne Rocky Aloysius
Populpublishing, 2012 M01 17 - 56 pages
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Perestroika (also known as Toppler) is a Russian computer game released by a small software developer called Locis (Nikita Skripkin, Aleksander Okrug and Dmitry Chikin, currently - NIKITA software) in the Soviet Union in 1990/1991, and named after Mikhail Gorbachev's policy of Perestroika. Its splash screen shows Gorbachev and the Kremlin, the seat of Soviet government. The splash screen includes imagery suggestive of crumbling masonry, perhaps symbolizing the deterioration of public infrastructure in the twilight years of the Soviet Union. The game consists of controlling a small frog-like creature which jumps from one lily pad to another, trying to collect dots in four colours symbolizing grocery goods, currency transactions, progressive taxes and adventures and to reach a certain pad in the right-top corner of the screen.

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