Along with Cyber Cop, Pedersen Systems were due to release this game on the Commodore 64 and advertisements listed it as so.
However, only the PC versions managed to see the light of day and the C64 conversions failed to do so. We got in touch with the game’s producer, and he sadly confirms that the game was only produced on the PC and never ported in the end for the C64.
Just vapourware for this title, so case closed!…
Contributions: Roger Pedersen, LiqMatrix, retromags.com
Nice scan of the game advertisement in ‘Computer Play’ magazine January 1989.
Page 30: https://archive.org/details/Computer_Play_1989-01_Computer_Play_Magazine_US/page/n15/mode/2up
Thanks LiqMat! Just added to the page with a credit to yourself :)
More screenshots and the game box in this advertisement. You can download the scan by clicking on the “Image Tools” button at the bottom.
Weird thing Frank. The PC version may have been the only version released, but I can’t find a trace of it. LOL
Ah brilliant, thanks LiqMatrix! Also, that will go perfect on the Cyber Cop entry too.
That’s sad to hear about the PC version – yet another one needing to be found and preserved by the sounds of it.
and btw… who’s that weird LiqMat guy? /j
:D – I quickly copied from the comment name, so i’ll fix that quickly! :)
Yep, annouced for PC, C64 and Apple II and the hype had it down as featuring fast arcade action, life like horror scenes, ear-boggling sound FX and was going to be the 1st 3-D horror game or so they claimed.