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Alien Waster

Alien Waster

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1982

An action game, where you have to carefully take aim at an alien and shoot it down. You are given 20 shots, so better don't waste them! Part of a complimentary cassette you got in Canada if you purchased your VIC-20 (along with the Datassette cassette deck), or just the deck alone from Canadian Tire.

Appareil a Jetons

Commodore 64 - Released

A fancy way to say slot machine. But not a fancy game.

Atomic Mission

Atomic Mission

Commodore Plus 4 - Released - 1984

This is adventure #3 in Scott Adam's text adventure series. It takes place in a nuclear power plant. You must race against time to fulfill your mission or the reactor may be doomed. You use one or two word commands to move around and manipulate objects.

Blitz

Blitz

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1981

In Blitz an airplane moves across the screen at a constant speed. When the airplane reaches the far right of the screen it moves to the left-hand side and drops down the height of one airplane. Below the airplane is a number of skyscrapers of varying heights. The player has to drop bombs from the airplane by pressing the space bar. Each bomb can destroy six floors of the sky scraper it hits. As the plane descends, the airplane can crash into any remaining blocks, so the tallest sky scrapers should be targeted first. The can only be completed by destroying every floor of every building and then...

Blue Meanies from Outer Space

Blue Meanies from Outer Space

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1981

In Blue Meanies from Outer Space the player is in charge of defending a starbase that is being attacked by these blue little cuboid creatures. To do this he uses six laser guns, three on each of the base's sidewalls. The meanies fall from the sky and the player has to shoot them down before they can do any damage to the base. Using the lasers cost energy and when the energy is out the weapons won't work. At times supply ships land with more energy. It's important to not shoot these down as it leads to a reduction of points. To fix the holes caused by the meanies the player can use a repair...

Blueprint

Blueprint

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Your girlfriend Daisy is in trouble! Ollie Org is chasing her across the top of the screen, and you need to come to the rescue. To stop Ollie before time runs out, you need to construct a machine. The blue print for the machine is at the bottom of the screen, so all you need to do is locate the parts which are hidden in the numerous houses in a maze like town. When you locate a part, drag it back and place it on the blue print. When all parts have been located, press the start button and the machine is ready to go! To make your task more difficult, there are several obstacles that get in the...

Car Chase

Car Chase

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1981

Car Chase is a clone of the arcade game Head-On. It's a racing game played from a top down perspective where the player's car automatically moves forward on a circuit consisting of four lanes and the player can increase and decrease the speed as well as switching lanes at the middle of each straight. The player's job is to collect all the dots that lie scattered around but this is made hard by the jam cars that move in the player's opposite direction and attempt to crash into him. The game is over after three collisions and a level is cleared once all dots have been collected. If the player is...

Car Race

Car Race

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1982

Car-Race is an one-on-one racing game. The goal is to drive 5 laps and win the 5th one. Part of a complimentary cassette you got in Canada if you purchased your VIC-20 (along with the cassette deck), or just the deck alone from Canadian Tire.

Chopper Math

Chopper Math

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Practice basic math skills and keep this whirlybird flying.

Clowns

Clowns

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1982

Gameplay in Clowns shares some similarities with Breakout, but this time the bricks has been replaced with balloons that you get points for popping. To reach the balloons at the top of the screen you have to move a seesaw under a jumping clown. This will launch away the clown already standing on the seesaw, hopefully towards the balloons. Balloons comes in three different: yellow, green and blue. Yellow balloons are the easiest to reach, while the blue are the hardest. Therefore you also get more points for the harder to reach balloons. If you manage to clear all balloons of a color, you'll...

Cosmic Jailbreak

Cosmic Jailbreak

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1982

Cosmic Jailbreak is a shoot 'em up game, with a twist. Like Space Invaders the player controls a tank at the bottom of the screen, has some bunkers to hide behind and must shoot aliens from the playing field. The primary difference is that this time the aliens are not so much invading, as trying to rescue their criminal friends who are locked up in a prison at the center of the screen. The aliens will move from the side of the screen towards the prison. Each alien that reaches this prison will remove one brick. Once enough bricks are removed the prisoners will escape and it's game...

Dam Busters

Dam Busters

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1982

A game in which you have to bomb a damn by pressing the space bar. However, you have to watch out for anti-aircraft fire (which cannot be avoided) as well. The game is more based on timing your shots. You have three planes to do the job Part of a complimentary cassette you got in Canada if you purchased your VIC-20 (along with the cassette deck), or just the deck alone from Canadian Tire

Depth Charge

Depth Charge

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1982

Basic game in which you have to drop bombs on a rectangular shaped object that is supposed to be a submarine. Part of a complimentary cassette you got in Canada if you purchased your VIC-20 (along with the cassette deck), or just the deck alone from Canadian Tire

Draw Poker

Draw Poker

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1981

Draw Poker allows the player to play the casino game with the same name. Each round the player receives five cards from a standard deck. Similar to Yahtzee, the player can select a number of cards to replace. This can be done only once. The better the results of the player's hands (the typical poker sets apply), the higher the multiplier for the player's bet. Skill enters play, because the game simulates an actual deck, and the deck is only shuffled once all cards have been played. Thus the player can try to count cards to calculate of the odds are in his or her favor.

EduFun! Mathfun! Frenzy & Flip Flop

EduFun! Mathfun! Frenzy & Flip Flop

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Contains 'Frenzy' and 'Flip Flop' from Commodore.

Face Ache

Face Ache

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Face Ache is a game where the player gets to create different faces. There are six parts of the face that be modified: left hair, right hair, eyes, nose, mouth and chin. By pressing the corresponding keys the game cycles through the available features. When starting out the player can freely play around with the face or start an automatic demonstration. When initiating a game the player gets to see a face for five seconds and after that gets one minute to recreate the face. When finished ten points are awarded for each correct part of the face.

Gorf

Gorf

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1982

The player controls a spaceship that can move left, right, up and down around the lower third of the screen. The ship can fire a single shot (called a "quark laser" in this game), which travels vertically up the screen. Unlike similar games, where the player cannot fire again until the existing shot has disappeared, the player can choose to fire another shot at any time; if the previous shot is still on screen, it disappears. Gorf consists of five distinct "missions", each with its own patterns of enemies. The central goal of each mission is to destroy all enemies in that wave, which takes...

Gorf

Gorf

Commodore 64 - Released - July 1, 1983

The game itself consists of four levels: •The first level has you behind a defensive shield, defending against an alien attack. The level is a top-down view, with your ship & shield on one side and the aliens on the other side; •The second level is similar to the first, only your defensive shield is gone, and the enemies tend to swoop down over the level as opposed to those row formations. Bonus ships also tend to appear in this level; •The third level is a change, and has you entering hyperspace. Your only goal is to survive to the end of your journey. The viewpoint switches from a...

Hide and Seek (Commodore Business Machines, Inc.)

Hide and Seek (Commodore Business Machines, Inc.)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

The memory game.

High Flyer (Commodore Business Machines, Inc.)

High Flyer (Commodore Business Machines, Inc.)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Less flight simulation and more airline management simulation.

International Soccer

International Soccer

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

International Soccer is a soccer videogame for Commodore 64. It can be played by two players or one player against an AI opponent. Each team can select one of a number of colored shirts, and the AI opponent is graded into 9 different difficulty levels. The game itself is a relatively simple game of football - there is no offside rule and no possibility to foul opponents. Each game is divided into two 200-second halves. There are no overtimes or shootouts. There are also six colors a person can chose from for play: red, yellow, blue, grey, white, and orange. The winning team is presented a gold...

Jack Attack

Jack Attack

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

This is a simple action game where your aim is to crush 8 spinning heads in each level. This can be done by either jumping on them or pushing blocks on them. While the first level is pretty basic with just a few blocks to move, later levels feature platforms and water, which is fatal to the character. Besides water, the spinning heads themselves are the main threat as they can kill Jack by jumping on him.

Jelly Monsters

Jelly Monsters

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1981

A faithful clone of Namco's arcade hit Pac-Man for the VIC-20 developed by HAL Laboratory and published by Commodore Business Machines in North America and the UK, as well as Handic Software in Sweden. The game however didn't last as it was pulled from the shelves due to a lawsuit from Atari, and was replaced by a lesser clone called Cosmic Cruncher.

Jupiter Lander

Jupiter Lander

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1981

Use thruster control to land the spaceship on the surface of Jupiter. Fuel consumption and speed readings are important for the player to determine how to land the craft. Choose from three landing pads of varying difficulty. Easiest landing pad multiplies the player's score by 2, hardest by 10.

Kickman

Kickman

Commodore MAX Machine - Released - 1982

In this game, you're a clown on an unicycle who has to pop balloons that is falling down from the sky. This can be done by moving left and right to catch them all on the head. Further on, you've to form columns instead of popping them. These columns have a nasty habit by getting each time higher and will give you a lesser time to react. However, if you're close enough to the balloon you can kick the balloon and try again. Another way is to catch the 'Pac-Man' that comes down between the balloons. This will eat the balloons that falls on your head. If you miss you'll fall from your unicycle.

Kickman

Kickman

Commodore 64 - Released - 1982

In this game, you're a clown on an unicycle who has to pop balloons that is falling down from the sky. This can be done by moving left and right to catch them all on the head. Further on, you've to form columns instead of popping them. These columns have a nasty habit by getting each time higher and will give you a lesser time to react. However, if you're close enough to the balloon you can kick the balloon and try again. Another way is to catch the 'Pac-Man' that comes down between the balloons. This will eat the balloons that falls on your head. If you miss you'll fall from your unicycle.

Labyrinth (Commodore Business Machines)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1982

Create the labyrinth to explore. More of a proof of concept than an actual game. Taken from "Demo-Diskette für Floppy 1541"

Labyrinth (Commodore Murcott)

Labyrinth (Commodore Murcott)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Labyrinth is a game for one player. You stand at the entrance of a futuristic version of an Elizabethan maze with sweet music playing. The path extends before you. You must find your way through the maze in as few steps as possible.

Locomotion (Commodore Business Machines)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

Locomotion is a flick screen game where you take control of a locomotive from the Wild West days to collect trucks of gold to deliver to the bank. The game has two modes and they are Adventure or Arcade and both have four difficulty levels. In Adventure you are able to speed up or slow down the locomotive along the tracks and also control the points of the track ahead to change to new tracks. As you explore the area you will encounter trucks and these contain various items as well as gold and these include livestock, fuel and a sheriff. To hook up to a truck, you must reverse at 20mph or less...

Magic Square (Commodore Business Machines)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Magic Squares is a sliding puzzle with 15 numbered tiles which must be shifted into the correct position is as little time as possible.

Menagerie

Menagerie

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1982

Menagerie is a Frogger clone in which you are a bug and have to get to the 3 spots (which move by themselves) on the other side. You have to avoid bug eaters and jump on rabbits, lions and elephants.

Miniature  Golf

Miniature Golf

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1982

A miniature golf game coded entirely in BASIC for the Commodore VIC-20. This was released in Canada as part of a compilation cassette if you purchased your VIC-20 from Canadian Tire.

Mission Impossible

Mission Impossible

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - January 1, 1981

This is adventure #3 in Scott Adam's text adventure series. It takes place in a nuclear power plant. You must race against time to fulfill your mission or the reactor may be doomed. You use one or two word commands to move around and manipulate objects.

Mole Attack

Mole Attack

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1981

Mole Attack is one of the earliest computerized Whac-a-Mole variants. Gameplay should be clear: Moles randomly pop out of several holes (arranged in a 3x3 grid), and you can hit them using the right keyboard key (one for each hole). The sooner you hit the mole's head, the more points you get -- but if you hit the mole's buttocks (yes, them buggers sometimes pop up that way), you lose points. After 60 seconds, the game ends and your score is shown.

Money Wars

Money Wars

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1982

In Money Wars the player takes the role of a robber that has to retrieve and deliver bags of money without getting shot. The game is viewed from a side perspective. The player starts at the left side and has to move across the screen to the money bag that lies on the right side and then return to his starting position. From the top deadly arrows are shot towards him and these he has to dodge or he will lose a life. To his help he has three brick barricades that he can hide behind. He can't hide too long though as the barricades take damage from the arrows and will after a while be gone. The...

Night Driver

Commodore 64 - Released - 1982

Night Driver is an action racing game which takes place at night! Your goal is to score as many points as possible by racing through one of four different tracks. Points are scored by passing checkpoints located throughout the track. If your car crashes into the side of the road, oncoming cars, or any other obstacles, you will lose all of your speed and a lot of time! The game ends when the 90 second time limit is up. The four tracks you can choose from are beginner, pro, expert, and random (this track is different every time and can not be memorized like the other three). Several game options...

Pathfinder

Pathfinder

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Pathfinder is a collection of four single screen games aimed at children aged five to eight, with each game having the player control a rabbit, Mr Grub, frog and a kangaroo. The games consist of: Rabbit: A maze game where you have to move a rabbit through a maze to the exit while collecting carrots. Picnic Maze: Played on a 10 x 7 grid, you have to move Mr Grub around the screen collecting food and drink for his picnic. The food and drink have to be collected in order and they are one apple, two bananas, three pears and four cups of tea. You also cannot go back on yourself or cross your...

Pinball Spectacular

Pinball Spectacular

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1982

Pinball Spectacular is a single-screen top-view game which is a cross between pinball and Breakout where you control two bats on the bottom and middle of the screen to hit various objects to score as many points as you can. On screen there are blocks to remove, bumpers to hit and letters to hit to light up the word COMMODORE. If the ball goes past the bottom bat then you lose one of three lives. Two players are able to play with each player taking it in turns to play when the other player loses a ball. The game was ported to the Commodore 64 in 1983.

Pirate Cove

Pirate Cove

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1984

This is adventure #2 in Scott Adam's text adventure series. In this adventure, you shuffle between three locales: an unremarkable (at first) London flat and two islands littered with dangerous critters and people. The goal of the game is to find the two pirate treasures on the treasure island. You move about and use objects by typing one or two word commands such as NORTH, INVENTORY, or GET SNEAKERS. You only have to type the first 3 letters of a command or object for the parser to recognize it.

Questprobe featuring The Hulk

Questprobe featuring The Hulk

Commodore Plus 4 - Released - 1984

1st in the Questprobe Marvel Comics series. Play Bruce Banner and the Incredible Hulk through this interactive fiction game with graphics. You awake as Banner, tied by ropes to your chair in a bunker in the desert; once you free yourself, collect all the gems to escape this hellhole.

Radar Rat Race

Radar Rat Race

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1981

Radar Rat Race takes the gameplay of Rally X and puts it into a rodent context. You control a rat, who must grab all the pieces of cheese in a maze, and flee from all the other rats. Once you reach a barrier in the maze, you are automatically rotated, but you can always manually change direction. There are red ones who chase after you, and black ones who are activated when you get close to them - both types kill you on contact. When they are close, you can activate a Star Screen to block them off. The Radar of the title is on the right of the screen, and shows you where each piece of...

Raid on Fort Knox

Raid on Fort Knox

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1982

In this arcade-ish game you are raiding the famous Fort Knox, known for having a lot of gold bars saved. You want to steal the aforementioned gold bars and bring them to your starting point. However, there are panthers which guard this place and you have limited time for every gold bar picked up.

Railboss

Railboss

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

You are a pioneer railwayman in charge of building a line in the American West between Base City and Junction City. It's your job to hire and fire surveyors, workers and guards to protect you and your workforce against marauding bandits. By building stations along the route, you can generate income to pay your 'workforce and buy additional stock should you require it. To thwart your efforts, warlike Indians try to disrupt your work by killing members of the workforce and ripping up the track. Your only hope is that the cavalry from Fort Commodore can get to the Indians before...

Rolf Harris' Picture Builder

Rolf Harris' Picture Builder

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Commodore Australia's picture creator.

Sargon II Chess

Sargon II Chess

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1982

The second of the Sargon chess games. In this version, you can play the computer or another opponent. To move, you type the piece's location then the destination; such as A2-A4 to move the far left pawn forward 2 spaces. If you press a certain key, you can hide the board and see the moves that have been made so far. You can even make your moves from this screen, if you want the added challenge, without seeing the board. When you play the computer, you must select a level of play. The higher the level, the longer the computer thinks about its moves. In levels one through six, if...

Science: Trivia

Science: Trivia

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Developed by Jaymac Consulting for Commodore Canada, this is an educational title for the Commodore 64. All sorts of questions about science are here and the artwork is just fabulous!

Sea Wolf

Sea Wolf

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1982

You are the commander...and Sea Wolf puts you in charge of sinking and destroying all enemy ships. You are armed with 4 torpedoes which will reload after you fire. Your primary targets are the small P.T. Boats which travel quickly through the water. You can choose the length of your playing time. Game times vary from 1 to 9 minutes in 1 minute intervals.

The Sky is Falling

The Sky is Falling

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1981

A clone of the 1978 Atari arcade game Avalanche developed and published by CBM for it's VIC-20 computer in 1981 as part of it's "Children's Fun Series". This game requires paddle controllers to play it.

Snowmen

Snowmen

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Released in a twin pack called "Junior Maths" together with "Spirates"

Sooper Froot

Sooper Froot

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

It's a slot machine in your very own living room! Sooper Froot is a colorful adaptation of the popular English pub fruit-machine game. At the start of the game the player is given a stake of 2.00 and places best on .10 on the chance of obtaining one of the winning combinations. More than a simple slot machine Sooper Froot incorporates features of hold, nudge and re-spin to further test your luck and challenge your gambling skills.

Spectre

Spectre

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1983

Game description: In Spectre you enter a spooky mansion filled with various spectres and you have to get as many valuable items as possible before you run out of steps.

Spirates

Spirates

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Released in a twin pack called "Junior Maths" together with "Snowmen"

Star Chaser

Star Chaser

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1982

A basic game in which you have to wipe out as many stars as you can in the span of 60 seconds. Part of a complimentary cassette you got in Canada if you purchased your VIC-20 (along with the cassette deck), or just the deck alone from Canadian Tire

Star Post

Star Post

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

You are the lone defender of a starshlp outpost in a remote sector ot our galaxy. Three-dimensional invaders tumble and plunge toward the outpost attempting to destroy you. Your mission is to defend the base against the invaders as they attack from 8 channels on both sides of the Star Post. You must also defend against a Superalien which disrupts your viewscreen as It spirals its way toward your Star Post. There are 3 different game versions: Beginner, Advanced and Hyper. You must maneuver your laser cannon in a circular or back-and- forth motion while firing on aliens. In addition, your...

Star Post

Star Post

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1982

You are the lone defender of a starshlp outpost in a remote sector ot our galaxy. Three-dimensional invaders tumble and plunge toward the outpost attempting to destroy you. Your mission is to defend the base against the invaders as they attack from 8 channels on both sides of the Star Post. You must also defend against a Superalien which disrupts your viewscreen as It spirals its way toward your Star Post. There are 3 different game versions: Beginner, Advanced and Hyper. You must maneuver your laser cannon in a circular or back-and- forth motion while firing on aliens. In addition, your...

Stellar Wars

Stellar Wars

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Stellar Wars is a space based shooting game played from a first-person perspective. The player is being attacked by a squadron of stellar fighters and has 100 seconds to shoot as many as possible. The game is played with a joystick which is used to move around a firing sight and to fire the ship's twin lasers as an enemy gets within the sight. If an enemy fighter gets too close the player loses control of the ship and is unable to move or shoot for a few seconds. Firing too much leads to overheating and a temporary inability to fire. Points are scored for each fighter shot down with far away...

Super Blitz

Super Blitz

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Super Blitz is a one-key arcade game, similar to Air Attack. The player is the pilot of a light bomber aircraft running out of fuel. Their only hope is to flatten the city to enable the aircraft to land. Bonus points are awarded for landing, or for obliterating King Kong while he is climbing a skyscraper. It is a one-key game, which means the plane cannot be steered. It is only possible to drop bombs by pressing the spacebar (or joystick button). The plane moves from left to right across the screen, slightly descending every time it wraps back to the left side. The lower the aircraft flies to...

Super Smash

Super Smash

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1982

A breakout clone developed and published by CBM for their VIC-20 computer in 1982.

Tank Gunner

Tank Gunner

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1982

Tank Gunner is an action game, in which you have to shoot mines. Part of a complimentary cassette you got in Canada if you purchased your VIC-20 (along with the cassette deck), or just the deck alone from Canadian Tire.

Tooth Invaders

Tooth Invaders

Commodore 64 - Released - 1982

Play as Plaqueman to fight the plaque D. K. This Plague Germ is covering all the teeth. Your weapons are the toothbrush and dental floss. All the while you must not come into physical contact with D.K. or you will be "eliminated." Your brush needs fluoride toothpaste to energize it. If you don't pass the toothbrush through the toothpaste it will not work. Floss has to be used to get the spaces in between teeth. If teeth start decaying you will get warning sounds.

Triad (Commodore)

Triad (Commodore)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Don't mistake this game and the 3D shooter from the following year from Livewire. The Commodore version of Triad is a combination Tic-Tac-Toe game and space shooter for 2 players. The game starts as a Tic-Tac-Toe game, where nine separate icons are randomly assigned to each portion of the board. The include: an arrow, a green mask, a blue mask, an insect, a bat, a chess piece, a UFO, a spider, and a butterfly. When a player selects a location on the board, the game changes to an overhead shooter, where the player must defeat all enemies on the screen. If all enemies are defeated, the...

Trivia: General Interest

Trivia: General Interest

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Trivia: General Interest aka CompuQuiz: General Interest. A trivia quiz game focused on general interest subjects.

Trivia: Science

Trivia: Science

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Trivia: Science aka CompuQuiz - Science. A trivia quiz focused on Science and nature.

Trivia: Sports

Trivia: Sports

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Trivia, from Commodore, this is the software package that asks the questions everybody wants to answer. It's the who's, what's, Where's and why's from all around the galaxy and even back in time. It's the game that tests your mental mettle about General Trivia, Science, Sports or History. You can play by yourself or against an opponent. 1000 questions for those who take trivia seriously.

Vic Avenger

Vic Avenger

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1981

Avenger (or VIC Avenger as the Vic version is known as) is a Space Invaders variant. The player has to defend Earth from endless rows of attacking aliens. Flying saucers can be shot for extra points. Was later ported to the C64.

Visible Solar System

Visible Solar System

Commodore 64 - Released - 1982

You are the commander of a spaceship on a journey through our Solar System. The ship has a cruising range of over 1 billion miles and is packed with computerized equipment to help you bring home new and exciting discoveries.

Visible Solar System

Visible Solar System

Commodore MAX Machine - Released - 1982

You are the commander of a spaceship on a journey through our Solar System. The ship has a cruising range of over 1 billion miles and is packed with computerized equipment to help you bring home new and exciting discoveries.

Wizard of Wor

Wizard of Wor

Commodore 64 - Released - July 1, 1982

Wizard of Wor is an arcade shooter played from a top-down point of view. The player controls a warrior who is trapped in a dungeon. The goal is to earn as many points as possible by shooting the numerous enemy creatures which wander about the maze like corridors. The creatures wander about at various speeds, may shoot darts at the player, and some even have the ability to disappear temporarily. At the bottom of the screen the player has a radar which can be used to locate creatures that are invisible.

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