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Doomsday Castle

The sequel to The Pyramid, the game has the hero riding in his armed bubble travelling around a large castle, shooting areas holding crystals, when the crystals are collected, a boss type creature awakens, that fires more deadly bolts, that make escaping the room more urgent, then shooting doors to escape the room.

The rooms are holding strange and dangerous creatures, that can be shot, and the more hits the player's bubble takes the darker it gets until game over.

Platform : ZX Spectrum
Format : Cassette
Publisher : Fantasy Software
Authors : Bob Hamilton
Date : 1983

Other Software by Fantasy Software:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
Beaky and the Egg Snatchers Fantasy Software Commodore 64 Cassette Unknown
The Pyramid Fantasy Software ZX Spectrum Cassette 1983
Doomsday Castle Fantasy Software ZX Spectrum Cassette 1983
The Pyramid Fantasy Software ZX Spectrum Cassette 1983
Beaky and the Egg Snatchers Fantasy Software ZX Spectrum Cassette 1984

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH9399. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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