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SF-Hisplitter (Space Fever)
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A special version of Space Fever called SF-Hisplitter (SF????????), released the same year, features aliens double the width of the standard variety, which can either be destroyed completely or split into two smaller aliens depending on where they are shot.

Similar to the gameplay of Space Invaders, Space Fever stars alien invaders who are attacking Earth. Player must shoot them out of the sky before they land, while avoiding each projectile shot by them. The alien craft are arranged in rows and they slowly move left and right across the screen. When the row reaches the edge, the ships drop down a row and move in the opposite direction.

Unlike Space Invaders, Space Fever has three different game modes, instead of one for 1- or 2-player games:

Game-A: There are two horizontally-arranged "blocks" of aliens that move in opposite directions to, and "bounce" off each other.
Game-B: The aliens move as one "block", but they initially only appear as a single row, with fresh rows gradually being added above the first as it moves down the screen; as it is essentially a single, never-ending "level", the shelter blocks are not replenished with each new wave as per games A and C.
Game-C: Functionally identical to Space Invaders - the aliens move as a single "block" in the same direction.

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High Scores
9,450
Tim Vanderkolk
09/12/18
Points - Game A
Performed at Underground Retrocade
1,190
Matt Burke
09/12/18
Points - Game B
Performed at Underground Retrocade
17,730
Jamie Tibbetts
09/12/18
Points - Game C
Performed at Underground Retrocade


Locations Where You Can Play SF-Hisplitter (Space Fever)
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# Name Type Location Public? Links
1. Underground Retrocade Arcade West Dundee, IL Yes Link
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Recent Scores
810,120
Jamie Tibbetts
9/18/2018
621,590
Chris Plachy
9/18/2018
101,740
Joe Rainboth
9/14/2018
233,400
Geoff Lucas
9/17/2018
256,590
Geoff Lucas
9/17/2018