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Death Mission
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Full titleDeath Mission
Year of release1984
PublisherFlame Software (UK)
Author(s)Stephen Preston
Machine typeZX Spectrum 48K
Number of players1
ControlsKeyboard
TypeArcade: Platform
Message languageEnglish
Original publicationAs part of a compilation
AvailabilityAvailable
Protection schemeUndetermined
RemarksCame as freebie on the B-side of Prisoner, The v1.
"This was my first stab at writing an arcade game in BASIC that actually had moving parts (as opposed to the more simple Trader games). Much of the levels are thinly copied versions of popular games of the time, such as Sheer Panic, Chuckie Egg or Hunchback. The character positioning is a bit shaky but the game can definitely be beaten. It uses some code from a type in game from C&VG called Stasteroids, which was the first game I ever typed in, and as such, a firm nostalgic favourite. Probably the greatest achievement with this game was the weird out-of-this-world sound effects, particularly the instructions page!"
Score 4.00 (1 vote)   See scores and vote!

Download and play links
FilenameSizeTypeOriginCodeBarcodeD.L.
Run on-line with a 48K Java Spectrum emulator DeathMission.z80.zip12,970((non-TZX) Z80 snapshot image)Compilation release

Additional material
FilenameSizeType
DeathMission.gif2,654(Loading screen)
DeathMission.scr6,912(Loading screen dump)
DeathMission.gif2,304(In-game screen)

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