Once long ago in a distant land lived a king named Frederick. He took very
good care of his subjects and pretty much let the kingdom run itself. One
day King Frederick and his wife, Queen Christina, decided to start a family.
To their surprise, Queen Christina soon gave birth to quadruplets. Four
healthy sons, all at once. The King and Queen were overwhelmed.
The years passed quickly and Frederick's sons(Dominick, Marcus, Felipe, and
Restivo) grew to be strong young men. But they were nothing like their kind
and peaceful father. They were just the opposite. The four sons of King
Frederick fought constantly over anything and everything. Their fighting
was so fierce that even the normally unconcerned Frederick became concerned.
Left to his violent and competitive sons, his peaceful kingdom could very well
be destroyed after he was gone, or perhaps even sooner.
The solution King Frederick decided upon was drastic, but he knew it had to
be. Dominick, Marcus, Felipe, and Restivo were banished from their homeland
and sent far away to a forbidden land. There they became Warlords, dividing
their newly acquired territory into four equal sectors, which incidentally,
was the first and last thing they ever agreed upon. They then took to building
their own castles, after which the battling resumed and never ended. They
stopped catapulting fireballs and lightning balls at one another only long
enough to rebuild their damaged and war torn castles. After repairs were
made, the fighting always began again with renewed ferocity.
So King Frederick's Warlords have been battling for many centuries and now
it's up to you to carry on their long-standing feud. Dominick, Marcus,
Felipe, and Restivo have been locked inside this Game Program.(tm) They've
stored enough fireballs and lightning balls so that they'll never run out,
and neither will you. They can hardly wait to do battle. So good luck,
you're in for some fierce competition.
--From the Atari 2600 Warlords instruction manual.
Overview: The War is on. Four great Warlords are battling each other because they hate each other. How do they attack each other? By bouncing a ball around and hoping to hit the enemy warlord.
Warlords is excellent. If I owned an Atari 2600, I'd have this game. If you're all about intense Atari action, get this game or hit Play Now to play it now.