The Micro Zone

Compass Software

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This was a SEUCK game released commercially by Compass Software and reviewed by Commodore User in June 1988 in their Cheapo Round up section.

According to the review, the game acked in gameplay and suffered from too many bullets.
The game itself was simply described as a “Run up the garden shooting insects and die a lot” game and got 1/10 for its troubles. Seemed also to be part of a series, with “The Future Zone” reviewed in another issue.

Compass Software were more known for their adventure games, and in particular on the ZX Spectrum. But did Compass decide after the review that it was not worth releasing, or were small numbers released and sneaked out into the world?

We’d love to find it, even if just for the SEUCK vault. But are interested to see also if it had enhancements like Wheelies did back at the same/similiar time.

More soon on this we hope…

Contributions: Sean O'neill

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