Laser Cycle Racer Metro Maze Arcade Game 'Laser cycle riders create a maze of light walls to trap enemies only one wins!' Ride your laser cycle traversing the arena grid within this future metropolis leaving a trail of laser light to protect you and create a maze trapping your laser cycle opponents within a kill box. Laser cycle riders are in constant motion speeding along a a grid within the center of the futuristic city of Agartha. Players laser cycles create a path of laser light behind them as they move, if players hit a wall of laser light, they lose and are out of the game, the last player left in the game wins.
- Choose Light Cycle Colour Choice
- Turn Music On/Off
- Turn Sound Effects On/Off
- See FPS Counter
- Select Camera View: Normal/Far/Near/Birds Eye View
- Set Number Of Light Cycle Riders: 2-6
- Set Metropolis Arena Size: Small/Medium/Large
- Set Game Speed: Turtle/Homo sapien/Jaguar/Falcon
Touch screen on either left or right side of laser cycle to turn, tap twice turn 90 degrees, tap 3 times turn 270 degrees, tap 4 times and create a 360 degree suicide box. Touch menu overflow button to change game options.
On March 18, 2009 Northrop Grumman announced that its engineers in Redondo Beach had successfully built and tested an electric laser capable of producing a 100-kilowatt ray of light, powerful enough to destroy cruise missiles, artillery, rockets and mortar rounds. An electric laser is theoretically capable, according to Brian Strickland, manager for the United States Army's Joint High Power Solid State Laser program, of being mounted in an aircraft, ship, or vehicle because it requires much less space for its supporting equipment than a chemical laser.
On April 6, 2011, the U.S. Navy successfully tested a laser gun, manufactured by Northrop Grumman, that was mounted on the former USS Paul Foster, which is currently used as the navy's test ship. When engaged during the test that occurred off the coast of Central California in the Pacific Ocean test range, the laser gun was documented as having "a destructive effect on a high-speed cruising target," said Chief of Naval Research Admiral Nevin Carr.
Northrop Grumman has announced the availability of a high-energy solid-state laser weapon system that they call FIRESTRIKE, introduced on 13 November 2008. The system is modular, using 15 kW modules that can be combined to provide various levels of power.
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