Min. Requirements: AGA Amiga, 68020 CPU, 4MB ram (2MB chip/2MB fastram), CDROM drive, HD.
 ULTRA VIOLENT WORLDS was released on dual-format CD (Amiga/PC) and has the following features:
- 256 colour AGA graphics
- 3 layer parallax scrolling (vertical)
- Two player simultaneous gameplay
- Fast, pumping soundtracks
- Brilliant, ambient sound FX
- 11 CDDA tracks (playback is independent of the game, however)
- Loads of awesome explosions
- Funky retro shoot-em-up playability
- Background animations
- 25fps on stock A1200 with 2Mb chipram
- Quit back to WB option
[Source: Vorlon Software announcement, courtesy of the Amiga Web Directory].
 A full bug-fixed version of ULTRA VIOLENT WORLDS was re-released in 2001 by Crystal Interactive on dual-format CD. It was more widely distributed than the original release, at least in the UK where it was available at PC World, Dixons, EB, and Game. Additionally, it doubled as a music album by Tim Koch and apparently was sold by independent music/online stores in Australia and Europe.
 The ULTRA VIOLENT WORLDS game CD contains 11 CDDA soundtracks for your listening pleasure which, along with the in-game music, are available in MP3 format from the musician's website HERE [Source: Tim Koch].
 ULTRA VIOLENT WORLDS (demo) was released on CU Amiga Super CD-ROM 26 (Sept 98), and is available for download HERE [Source: Amiga Future].
 The background story to the game can be read on the now-defunct developer website HERE [Source: Internet Archive].
 ULTRA VIOLENT WORLDS (online review) in Italian is available HERE [Source: AmiWorld On-Line].
 The original Vorlon release is now being exclusively distributed and sold again by APC&TCP [Source: APC&TCP announcement (July 2007)].