Electric Adventures

Bringing you back to the 80's

Electric Adventures

Bringing you back to the 80's

Legacy Software

Here you will find details of the Software titles published by Electric Adventures in the early 80's.

This list will be expanded as my work digitally restoring titles are finalized.  

All Basic based games are available for download for MSX, hopefully I will also be able to include download links for the original Spectravideo in the future.

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Towers of Hanoi

Try and move the different size disks from one of the three towers to the other in the least number of moves.  A very challenging puzzle.

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Tennis

This is a version of the classic Pong tennis game.

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Quasimodo

Jump and dodge the guards and traps as you try to ring the bell at the right of each screen.  Great fun with six different screens and multiple levels.

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Pyxidis

Strange name but still a cool game! A vertically scrolling shooter, with ground and air based shooting, multi-colour sprite use, challenge stages, power ups and end of stage bosses.  To get this one to fit in the SVI-318's 16k of RAM (12k practically available), I had to make the 3rd level a little shorter than I had originally designed and drop the music that I had created (probably a good thing - music is definitely NOT my strong point).

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Pyramid

Find the fabled gem hidden in a pyramid lost deep in a desert.  Another challenging adventure game where you command the computer with two word commands like DRINK WATER, THROW STICK.

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Painter

Explore the flexibility of your computers colours with this on screen paint brush.

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Number Puzzle

Slide the puzzle pieces around to get them in order in the least number of moves.

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Munch Mania

A good look-a-like to Pacman, written in 100% machine code with a layout very close to the original game.  It has eight levels, using speed doubling every two levels.  Ghosts are not quite as intelligent as the original, but still can give the player a bit of grief.  Works on Spectravideo SVI-318/328 and MSX machines in 16k of RAM.


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Munch Man

Race Munch Man around the maze dodging the nasty ghosts and eating dots.  Grab a power pill and revenge yourself for a short time.

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Missile Command

Stop the missiles from hitting your cities with your anti missiles.  Be careful how many you use as you only have a small supply.

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Mini Golf

Play alone or with a friend on this mini golf course where you have to putt the ball around obstacles and into the hole.

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Meteor Swarm

Meteor Swarm was the 1st full machine code game published by Electric Adventures in 1986, it is a quite hard variant of Asteroids.  It uses 16 sprite images for the main ship allowing it to turn quite smoothly and a large number of asteroids in various sizes on screen during the game.  It also includes the obligatory UFO's that ensure you don't hand around on any stage for too long.  Released in 1986 for both Spectravideo SVI-318/328 and MSX machines.  Runs in 16k.

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Master Mind

Try and guess the hidden colour code the computer has chosen with clues the computer gives you.

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Leaky Roof

Quick! Catch the rain drops in your bucket before the room is filled to overflowing with water, but make sure you empty your bucket out of the windows.

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Gold Rush

Collect all the gold nuggets scattered all over the screen, but to get to each one you have to get past disolving platforms, radioactive plants and bouncing balls.

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Escape from Planet Beta

Can you escape from the Planet Beta before the planet explodes.  Puzzle your way through this text adventure where you instruct the computer with two word commands like SHOOT GUN, GO NORTH.

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Birds of Orion

The 2nd full machine code game, BIrds of Orion is a typical blast the aliens from the bottom of the screen game.  Once again like Meteor Swarm the difficulty level is pretty hard.  The aliens are animated, and the action is pretty fast and furious.

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Artillery Fire

Two players take turns at firing their artillery pieces at each other over a mountain range.  The first one to hit the other ten times wins.

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