Micro Power

Adventure

Acorn Atom - Released - 1984

Air Attack

Acorn Atom - Released - 1984

Astrafire

Astrafire

Acorn Atom - Released - 1981

Astro Navigator

Astro Navigator

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1982

A very early Micro Power game where you have to navigate through caves while dodging enemies in order to get to the other side of the screen. This game looks like it was initially designed for the BBC Model A.

Atomstore

Atomstore

Acorn Atom - Released - 1984

Blockbuster

Blockbuster

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1984

Blockbuster is a QBert style puzzle game created by Max Taylor, and developed and published by Micro Power. Move Buster the rabbit over blocks to change them to the target colour. Only the red objects are safe to touch. Use spinning discs to lure the fox to it's death. Beware of the bird and it's noxious guano.

Bumble Bee

Bumble Bee

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1984

Bumble Bee is a variation on the Pac-Man theme. It was programmed by R Barnes and published by Micro Power (Program Power) for the BBC Microcomputer.

Business Game

Business Game

Acorn Atom - Released - 1984

Constellation

Constellation

Acorn Atom - Released - 1984

Dune Rider

Dune Rider

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1984

Dune Rider is a Moon Patrol type game published by Micro Power for the BBC Microcomputer. You are a galactic courier commissioned by the people of Zennon to run the blockade of aliens besieged their planet, carrying documents vital to the planet's defence. Taking a Dune Rider you set off across the desert wastes of the barren world pursued by the desperate aliens. Move backwards and forwards over the landscape to destroy the enemy fighters and jump over radioactive rocks and lava pits which block your way. At a later stage in the game you will have to blast the top off large outcroppings...

Frenzy

Frenzy

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1984

Deadly sub-atomic particles are running free in a scientific research centre. It is your job to trap the darting Leptons using a robot craft before your time runs out. As you move the craft across the screen, a green ion-trail is dragged along behind. When you reach the edge again, the smaller area confined by this green line, is filled in. A Lepton is captured if it is trapped in this area or if 95% of the screen has been filled. A bar running along the bottom of the screen indicates the percentage of the total area remaining to be filled. Enclosed areas are coloured red, but at any time,...

Hyperfire

Hyperfire

Acorn Atom - Released - 1984

Mr Ee!

Mr Ee!

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1984

Mr Ee! was published for the BBC Microcomputer by Micro Power. It was a clone of the arcade game Mr Do!

Munchyman

Munchyman

Acorn Atom - Released - 1984

Rubble Trouble

Rubble Trouble

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1983

Rubble Trouble (a Pengo variant) was programmed by P.A. Morgan, with music by D.J. Morgan. The game is played in a maze of boulders where the krackats are patrolling in search of humans to eat. The player is a human and has to kill all the krackats in each level. To kill a krackat he has to push a boulder into the path of the krackat and thereby crushing it. Boulders that are pushed into a wall will bounce back so the player has to be careful or he might be killed by his own boulder. Killed he will also be if he comes into contact with a krackat. Radiation is also a problem; if the player...

Spy Hunter

Spy Hunter

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1986

Originating in the arcades, Spy Hunter is a driving action game played from an overhead point of view. Your car is equipped with machine guns to help you get past the numerous enemies out on the road. Occasionally you will come across a weapons van, and if you drive into the back of the van your car becomes equipped with a second weapon (such as smoke screen, oil slick, or missiles). At several points the road splits and you can enter a boathouse which transforms your car into a boat temporarily. If you drive far enough the seasons change as well. The enemy cars will do anything to stop you,...

Swarm

Swarm

Acorn Atom - Released - 1984

Zarm

Zarm

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1983

Zarm was published by Micro Power (aka Program Power) for the BBC Microcomputer. When the game starts, your craft is situated inside the mothership, which glides from one side of the screen to the other above the orbiting asteroids. Press the 'Release' key to open the airlock to release your craft and start you on your descent to the planet below. Weave from left to right to dodge the rocks, pressing the 'Thrust' key to slow your descent. Land gently on one of the five landing sites to collect a stranded astronaut. Press 'Release' to launch from the pad and use the 'Thrust' key to keep...

Zelanites The Onslaught

Zelanites The Onslaught

Acorn Archimedes - Released - 1991

A Space Invaders cum Galaga style game in which you must defeat the Zelanite armada.

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