Impossible Mission (Commodore 64)

Impossible Mission is famous puzzle-solving action adventure designed and programmed by Dennis Caswell initially for the Commodore 64 and released in 1984 by Epyx.

Year1984
GenrePuzzler
Rating4 (4)10
PublisherEpyx
DeveloperEpyx
Updated17 December 2016
TAGSpuzzle-solving sci-fi/futuristic spy/espionage platform

Game Review

Impossible Mission is famous puzzle-solving action adventure designed and programmed by Dennis Caswell initially for the Commodore 64 and released in 1984 by Epyx. The game was ported to several home computers platforms including Amstrad CPC, Apple II, BBC Micro, ZX Spectrum and several consoles.

The player is a secret agent and he has 6 hours to complete the game and beat evil Professor Elvin Atombender. To do that, he has to find all the pieces of the password and access Atombender's control room, avoiding the robots. Each time the player dies, 10 minutes are lost, and 2 minutes are consumed when the portable computer is used.

The game is know also because the Commodore64 version features a early use of digitized speech.

In 1985 readers of the Zzap!64 magazine voted Impossible Mission the best Commodore 64 game of the year.



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