Mumbles – Superspy was another cool looking game from Databyte, and was advertised with their released game, Polar Pierre within all the popular magazines at the time.
Just how the game would have played is anyone’s guess. As far as I’m aware, no review of the game was made, and hence the game never surfaced. Just what happened to it?
We don’t know much more about the game at the moment, and all we have is a scan of the game as detailed in the magazines at the time. Do you know any more about this game, or is it lost forever?
Fabrizio Bartoloni found some information in MC Microcomputer which translated to:
“We have to look for Baldar, the usual mad scientist, and destroy his lab before it’s him to destroy the world. A carbon copy of most traditional spy adventures and bearing some vague resemblances to Impossible Mission, Mumbles Superspy is a decent quality videogame from the American company Digicorp distributed in Europe from the British company Databyte. If you look for originality, you won’t find it, if you search for fair quality graphics you will”.
The game was trademarked by Digicorp Inc, who are still going today, so we hope to learn more soon from them (if anyone is still there from those days).
It is likely that Digicorp Inc. brought the rights from a particular company for the game, and this may have fell through for some reason. We hope to confirm this soon.
Art Huff recently confirmed that he was not behind the graphics – so who was?
Contributions: Peter Weighill, Ross Sillifant, Fabrizio Bartoloni, Gaz Spence