16 games in to Vic-20 Cassette 50 and we finally find a game that is any good. But, more importantly, listen to that DRONE. It’s beautiful.
Here comes the Skull Master, ready to put you in a cage in a dark smelly room. Why? Well, I don’t know why. He’s the Skull Master. He doesn’t need to explain himself. He doesn’t play by your rules, this Skull Master. If he wants to keep a wolf or an invisible creature or a mad wizard in his castle then he will. Yeah. You’ll never know the reason why.
Basically the same as The Force on the Commodore 64 Cassette 50
I’d like to think that every time a golfer thinks about the word bogey they do a little smile to themselves and imagine the stuff that comes out of noses. Except they probably don’t think that at all, they’re probably thinking about their comfortable slacks and how much they like the feel of wearing one glove.
I’d love to think that out there in the real world there really is a bandit who has one arm, and if his eyes ever roll around in his head and reveal two cherries then a load of money falls out of his pants.
Has some similarities to Smash The Windows on the Acorn Electron Cassette 50
Do you know what I’d do if I was stuck in a world of Zap Blocks? I’d try and find the invisible exit. And if you can’t do that, you’re a BOOBY.
Now then, if a mole is digging a hole and it reaches a dead end, what does it do? I imagine that it turns around and goes a different way. Not the mole in this game though. If that happens it dies. Harsh.
This game is very very similar to Tunnel Escape on the Acorn Electron Cassette 50.
Otherwise known as the one that’s like a shit version of Tron.