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Publisher: PD / Shareware     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1993

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Programmer : Martin Brownlow    

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# 45 - Apr 93

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Matt_B wrote ...2006-09-05 07:11:59
I already loved this from the Spectrum version, but the conversion to the ST was superb. To truly appreciate this game though you need to have a multi-player session though; the more players the better up to the maximum of 8.
Ashley Pomeroy wrote ...2006-02-11 18:02:00
This was an extremely entertaining conversion of the ZX Spectrum original, although it was entirely unofficial and was packed with samples from television programmes and films. It was a bit more polished than the Spectrum version and ran faster. The graphics were exactly the same but with colour, and the new sound effects were excellent. The AI was, as far as I could tell, the same. There was a new spell - teleport. I remember the alien, too. It was a disappointment (by the time I had it the game was almost over).
SaTcom2 wrote ...2004-03-10 23:45:03
Oh yeah, the same guy that did this game later did Sacrifice on the PC in 2000 (ish), I think those are the only 2 games he did. If you like this, you gotta get Sacrifice!
Hannibal Stone wrote ...2003-05-14 03:02:14
Low budget graphics, good movie/tv soundbites, horribly addictive gameplay. I spent many hours playing this great game. I'm glad I found a copy of it I can use with an emulator, now.
SaTcom2 wrote ...2003-04-17 22:39:40
One of the best games on the ST. I first played this in 1994, and it has ranked as one of the best games I have ever played since. Giving this a 66% is just plain wrong. There's an alien?!
Karadoc wrote ...2002-11-15 22:55:51
If you haven't played this game yet. Download it NOW!!! Multiplayer action at it's best. You can get it from my site: http://l-o-c.sourceforge.net
guy ross wrote ...2002-07-18 18:57:19
Ah... re-reading this again.. the legendary alien... I saw it thrice, I recall.. Once, we managed to cast a raise dead on it :-) that was fun (for my bast mate who controlled it X-( ) I was a bit gutted the speccy version (which I played afterwards, bizarrely) didn't have an alien..
The Admiral wrote ...2002-04-12 20:39:53
This has got to be one of the best games ever to grace our flickering screens... loads of monsters, spells etc, bit like those MAGIC the gathering cards but animated!!
Hyrax wrote ...2002-01-16 00:02:53
Wow what a classic game. The hilariously aprropriate samples taken from quality tv programmes such as blackadder and monty python really makes this game great to play with your mates. Anyone else ever see the very rare alien creature?
guy ross wrote ...2001-11-05 14:53:18
This is the multi-player game OF GODS. even to this day myself and some friends still NEVER TIRE of this game! I want to marry the man that converted it.
The Caffeine Kid / Neon Lights wrote ...2001-11-02 05:03:12
Only 66%, ST Format? Are you sure those digits arent upside down? 99% more like.... the ultimate battle of wizards, used to play this amazing updated conversion from the Spectrum for hour, and the samples in the game still make me laugh out loud. :)