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"Uridium" is a science fiction side-scrolling shoot 'em up originally designed by Andrew Braybrook for the Commodore 64, and later ported to other 8-bit machines. It consists of fifteen levels, each named after a metal element, with the last level being called Uridium. The manual quotes Robert Orchard, who invented the name as saying "I really thought it existed.
- mode: Single-player video game
- developers: Dominic Robinson, Steve Turner
- genres: Shoot 'em up, Science Fiction, Action game
- publisher: Hewson Consultants
- released in (29 years ago)
- award: - Best Shoot 'em Up
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