Black Lamp is a fantasy platformer published by Firebird for Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Atari ST, and Amiga in 1988, then ported in 1989 to Atari 8-bit.
It's a game with a dark atmosphere, set in a dungeon of different rooms connected by stairs. The goal is to collect nine lamps, the last one guarded by an evil dragon that must be defeated. The graphics were very well made, especially on the 8-bit versions, featuring large sprites accurately drawn pixel by pixel. The game features more colors on the Amiga and Atari ST, but the visuals are almost the same.
The biggest problem of this game is its difficulty. The rooms are full of enemies, and defeating them is hard, mainly because controls are not so responsive. But for all the fans of this game, there you go!