BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1988
Anarchy Zone was written by Rob Dulstone and released for the BBC Microcomputer by Atlantis Software. In Anarchy Zone, there are a variety of different alien spaceships all intent on destroying you. Some can be killed with one shot, some cannot. What makes Anarchy Zone interesting is the 360 degrees rotation that your ship can do around the entire screen. Wave upon wave of aliens descend from all corners, and you really have to keep moving around the screen in order to stay alive. Sound was good, with music and good effects. Anarchy Zone included such modern features as pass-codes for each level, so you could skip ones you had already completed.
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 that beyond this galaxy lies an area of space where travellers are free to choose their own routes of travel, and freedom reigns. History refers to this area as "free space". You have decided to fight for your freedom and for the liberation of other space travellers.
BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1989
Creepy Cave is a platform game for the BBC Microcomputer, published by Atlantis Software in 1989. On each screen you collect crosses then confront a ghost who has stolen your front door key.