The Sentinel (The Sentry in the U.S.) is one of the first games of the famous designer and coder Geoff Crammond, the author of the Grand Prix series. Developed initially for the BB...
The Sentinel (The Sentry in the U.S.) is one of the first games of the famous designer and coder Geoff Crammond, the author of the Grand Prix series. Developed initially for the BBC Micro, it was released by Firebird in 1986 for Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum, Atari ST, Amiga and PC.
It's one of the first examples of solid 3D polygon-based graphics on home computers. Despite the speed on 8bit platforms was not exciting, the game was still amazing and it was a great example of what could be achieved on platforms like the Commodore 64. Some people define The Sentinel the first "virtual reality game".
The Sentinel was voted Best Original Game of the Year at the Golden Joystick Awards.
Use the keyboard to play. You can find the instructions here.
See Also: Legendary Game Designers: Geoff Crammond
Review by: Manu
Published: 24 December 2016 4:14 pm
Commodore 64 version 1.2 - Language: English - Size: 6.14 Mb
Commodore 64 version 1.1 - Language: English - Size: 6.16 Mb
Amiga version 1.01 - Language: English - Size: 7.25 Mb
Amiga version 1.01 - Language: English - Size: 7.81 Mb
We had to change from the Nib file to the TAP format but now it works. Package also includes the new version of VICE (3.1) and some instructions. Just download it again and enjoy!
Just 0 for the first level
Hi it asks for the secret code to start the game, do you know what it is?
Plays great, Thanks! TAP format is no problem as VICE's Alt-W warp mode makes for a quick load time. Super neato experience playing this C64 classic. Cheers!
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