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Brain Storm

2D platform adventure, where the player must collect keys to escape the maze like levels, with only a laser and Jetpack for help.

The levels are filled with appearing aliens and contact with them lowers the players energy.

Platform : ZX Spectrum
Format : Cassette
Publisher : Bubble Bus Software
Authors : Tom Prosser
Date : 1985

Other Software by Bubble Bus Software:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
Hustler Bubble Bus Software MSX Cassette Unknown
Quadrillion Bubble Bus Software Commodore 64 5.25 Inch Disk Unknown
Hustler Bubble Bus Software ZX Spectrum Cassette 1984
Hustler / Boardello double pack Bubble Bus Software MSX Cassette 1984
Starquake (48k) Bubble Bus Software Sinclair ZX Spectrum Cassette 1985
Brain Storm Bubble Bus Software ZX Spectrum Cassette 1985
Classic Muncher Bubble Bus Software ZX Spectrum Cassette 1986
Starquake Bubble Bus Software BBC Micro 5.25" Floppy Disk 1986
Classic Invaders Bubble Bus Software Amstrad CPC464 Cassette 1986

Information About Bubble Bus Software:




This exhibit has a reference ID of CH35817. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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