Originally published in 1988 on ZX Spectrum, by Incentive Software
Published 8 bit by Incentive and 16 bit by Microstatus
"If you like your games hard, Dark Side is the only choice for you" Your Sinclair
"For the player, the world of Tricuspid really exists!" Crash
Idea of the game:
Destroy a power network in the form of ECD (Energy Collection Device) columns, dotted around the moon and connected with power lines all the way to the beam weapon. Destroy them all before the beam weapon destroys Evath.
ZX Spectrum - 1988 - Incentive - Cassette £9.95 - Disc £14.95
C64 - Cassette £9.95 - Disc £12.95
Amstrad - Cassette £9.95 - Disc £14.95
Amiga - £24.95
Atari - £24.95
Amiga and Atari $39.95 each in USA
Concept and game design; Ian Andrew
Additional Game design; Helen Andrew
Programming; Chris Andrew, Stephen Northcott and Paul Gregory
Credited with being an early example of a first-person shooter game.
Released in USA by Cinemaware under the Spotlight Brand.