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This was a surrealistic first person 3d adventure for the TRS 80. You start a padded cell in an insane asylum and your mission is to escape.
Mad inmates and an even maddening 3d maze kept you hooked for weeks.
A great chess-like fantasy game for the old C64, pitting the forces of Light against Darkness (or somesuch). Anyone who ever played the game will no doubt remember the music. It was just a puzzle / strategy game, there were different shaped and different colored pieces and it would tell you before you started where each piece had to go, so then you have only one open space and you have to slide the pieces around in this box until you get the right colored shapes where they're suppose to go.
From what I remember, it's not as easy as it sounds.
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The game had the main theme from the Back to the Future movie, but the sound was cheesy. You played this pissed off wrestling dude(looked like hulk hogan with sun glasses) who goes around parts of town and performs body slams and wrestling moves on people. Came out in the mid 80's One of the first titles ever developed by Lucas Arts (nee Lucas Film Games, back when they were in building 'Z' on the ILM campus).
TSR and SSI moved to present the official AD&D CRPG to the public.Best part: the note that tells you to look up..to have a paino fall on your head!You need to give the axe murderour this note and wait for his musical demise otherwise you get chopped to bits.You could take courier missions, turn vigilante, compete in tournaments or try to ambush anyone who drive by. You are an atzecan soldier and you have to stay alive till the end of the game, because the King whants to know if his pyramidal fortress can protect forever him and his "golden things" after his death: YOU AGAINST THE FORTRESS.... You went into some Inca pyramid looking for this lost idol.The game was about eight screens by eight screens and you had monsters to knife or shoot or avoid(they grew from snakes and small spiders to dinosaurs and octopi,) and there were plenty of traps like a giant water spigot that would fill the room with water, or even a descending ceiling where the walls on the side slammed shut.