A video game created in 1982 by Starpath Corp. (formerly known as Arcadia) for the Atari 2600 home video game console and featuring the Starpath Supercharger cassette accessory (originally called the Arcadia Supercharger). In which the special cartridge had a cassette port, to allow for a whole extra 6KB of memory, giving a "supercharged" kick to those blocky Atari games. (Supercharger sold separately.)
In the oddly titled Space Invaders shoot-'em-up inspired game you have to fight off communist aliens, wanting to convert your planet into mutant communists. They are lead by an egg laying, irradiated vodka swilling Mother Creature (a parody of Mother Russia it can be assumed), who is hell-bent of spreading the evils of communism across the galaxy. The game allowed for multi-players. Up to four people could join-in, with players sharing the two Atari joysticks.
Wow! Look at those pumped-up graphics that the whole extra 6KB brought to the Atari 2600! Assuming that the blocks are a purposeful design choice, relating in some way to the Eastern Bloc! Or it could be that the massive 6KB expansion had no impact on the quality of games. And the fact that they attempted to incorporate a cassette based element to a cartridge based system wasn't an utterly ridiculous and backwards move on the part of the game-makers.