Spherical is a puzzler arcade created by Rainbow Arts in 1989, initially for the Atari ST, then ported to Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, and ZX Spectrum.
The German studio, famous for the Turrican series, took inspiration from a popular Tecmo arcade called Solomon's Key. Spherical has many elements in common with this title, but despite the lack of innovation, the game designed by Stefan Preuss and Thorsten Mutschall is a small gem. Thanks to excellent graphics, perfect music, and an incredibly well-balanced difficulty level, it's a title that creates addiction. If this is not enough, consider that Spherical supports two simultaneous players. So cool.
It's proof that Rainbow Arts was not just able to create shooters.
Strangely, the game wasn't a huge success, and many people forgot about it, but now it's time to re-discover it. Have fun!