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3D Maze

3D Maze

Acorn Electron - Released - 1983

A simple maze game in which you have to find your way out of a 3D maze, having been told where the exit is and where you are.

3-D Maze

3-D Maze

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1982

A simple maze game in which you have to find your way out of a 3D maze, having been told where the exit is and where you are. It's fairly impressive for the age of the game, but not quite as good as the 1984 game Maze by Acornsoft. A different and lesser known game, also titled 3D Maze, was released for the BBC Micro by Bevan Technology.

Atlantis

Atlantis

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1982

Atlantis is an underwater version of the arcade game Scramble in which you have to move past a right to left scrolling underwater landscape avoiding, shooting or bombing mines, obstacles and missiles.

Hyperdrive

Hyperdrive

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1982

This is a chase game set in a maze. You are a space explorer captured by aliens who imprison you in the maze and then, with the occasional help of Evil Otto, they proceed to hunt you down. To defend yourself you have laser missiles, but the more aliens you destroy the more come after you. The game is based on speed and good reactions rather than on strategy, with user selectable levels of difficulty.

Rocketball

Rocketball

Commodore 64 - Released - January 1, 1985

Rocketball is based on the futuristic sports movie Rollerball, released in 1975, starring James Caan. Rocketball's taglines were, "The rules are, there are no rules", and "This was never meant to be a game." As in the movie, the computer game is similar to Roller Derby in that two teams on roller skates travel counter-clockwise around a banked, circular track. The object of the game is to score points by throwing a softball-sized metal ball into a cone-shaped goal target inset into the wall of the arena. Balls are fired into play, in the same direction players skate, by cannons when play...

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