Atlantis

Anarchy Zone

Anarchy Zone

Acorn Electron - Released - September 1, 1988

32 zones of increasing difficulty! The Galactic Government Dictatorship has divided the galaxy into zones, and has imposed strict travel formations for each zone. You have decided to fight for your freedom and for the liberation of other space travellers. Good luck, and remember the motto of the Astronaut's Anarchist Association 'Live Fast, Die Young!!!!' The Galactic Government Dictatorship has divided the galaxy into zones, and has imposed strict travel formations for each zone. Any travellers not conforming to the galactic government guidelines will come under attack. Legend has it...

Cops 'N Robbers

Cops 'N Robbers

Acorn Electron - Released - 1988

Light Fingers Lonegan is robbing the Acme Diamond Company, the world's largest supplier of uncut gems. The police are inside the office block, slowly combing each floor. Can 'Fingers' find all the diamonds and get back to his car or will he run out of ammunition and end up in jail? Search the Acme Diamond Company and steal the fortune in un-cut diamonds that are kept there. Many of the diamonds are in the mines, but there is a rumour that the mines are haunted. Unfortunately you have set off the automatic burgular alarm and the police are now searching the building. You have a limited supply...

Crack-Up

Crack-Up

Acorn Electron - Released - 1990

Joystick or Keyboard. 100% Arcade Action. 100 years from now, when war is a distant memory and mindless violence is considered the ultimate in anti-social behaviour, what outlet will there be for your feeling of aggression? There will always be Crack-Up!

Creepy Cave

Creepy Cave

Acorn Electron - Released - April 1, 1988

Arcade/Adventure. Vampire bats, ectoplasm bolts, slime covered ledges and acid pools. All these and more must be faced if our mega hero, Dirk Daring, is to successfully negotiate the depths of Creepy Cave and recover his door key from the evil ghost. Dirk Daring, adventurer, explorer, space pilot and top goal scorer for Manchester United, was returning home after winning the world karate championships, when an evil ghost stole his front door key and vanished into the depths of Creepy Cave. Leaping from ledge to ledge, avoiding vampire bats and ectoplasm bolts, Dirk takes off in pursuit....

Digger

Commodore Amiga - Homebrew - 1994

Digger is a one or two player game. It is a clone of the classic Dig Dug, even the monster's names are the same. Game play involves digging through the earth avoiding two monsters, called Pooka and Fygar, and eating vegetable power ups. The game has a high score table, optional sound, and a choice of difficulty levels. It can be played via keyboard or joystick.

Storm Cycle

Storm Cycle

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1989

Storm Cycle is an arcade adventure type game written by J P Townley and J M Perry. Your task is to find the five light refracting diodes that will power a super laser and prevent the total destruction of Earth by a rapidly approaching meteorite storm. You will find many objects along the way to help you in your quest, such as energy bottles, smart bombs, etc. The five diodes are strategically placed around the different locations: forest, garden, moon, cellar and castle. Each location can be accessed via a network of transporters, thus enabling all diodes to be collected and taken to the...

Survivors

Survivors

Acorn Electron - Released - July 1, 1987

A variant of the Boulder Dash game. Almost a thousand people have been trapped in a hibernation dome after a nuclear war. The player takes control over three droids and must use their abilities to rescue the survivors. Seen from a top-down perspective, The game plays somewhat similar to Boulder Dash as the levels are filled with sand and rocks. Droid 1 is the only droid that can dig through the earth, Droid 2 can beam survivors to safety (by moving over them) and Droid 3 can push rocks (only one at a time). The goal in each of the seven levels is to rescue all survivors within the time limit,...

Tower FRA

Tower FRA

Commodore Amiga - 1990

Tower FRA is certainly different to the type of programs that Thalion are recognised for. Usually you can expect to see a below average arcade game, but Tower FRA is a totally different kettle of fish. Although the game doesn't look like too much has gone into it, it plays amazingly well. Although the graphics don't matter, they could still have been a lot better, and the supposedly sampled sound seems as if it's come straight off the Workbench voice utility. This game is not going to appeal to everyone, but for those of you who enjoy this type of thing Tower FRA is brilliant.

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