TRIPLE DECKER 3
Professional, Originally Released On Cassette Only
Game Types†††††††† : Arcade
Standalone Release(s)†† : 1988: TRIPLE DECKER 3, Alternative, £1.99
Compilation Comprises†† : 1. LUNAR INVASION, Alternative
††††††††††††††††† † 2. JAM BUTTIE, Alternative
††††††††††††††††† † 3. LUNAR LANDER, Alternative
Stated compatibility††† : Electron/BBC Dual Version
Actual compatibility††† : Electron, BBC B, B+ and Master 128
Supplier††††††††††† : ALTERNATIVE, Units 3-6 Baileygate Industrial Estate,
††††††††††††††††† † Pontefract, WEST YORKSHIRE WF8 2LN. Tel: 07977 79777
Disc compatibility†††† : ADFS 1D00, CDFS 1D00, DFS 1D00
It has been six months since 'they' invaded. No one knows where they came from, or even what 'they' look like but one thing is for certain. 'They' ARE NOT FRIENDLY.
They have conquered Earth's Lunar outposts, and only a few personnel survived. They are now scattered behind enemy lines, and you, Commander Jon Arbuckle, have volunteered for the mission.
Your only transport is an old O.D.I.E. (Overland Destroyer Integral Environment) brought out of storage and fitted with Anti Aircraft Missiles and Ion Force shields. The shields will only hold out for so long...
Good Luck, and Good Bye!
< - Brake,†† > - Accelerate,†† <CTRL> - Fire
Run around the building site, pinching the workmen's lunch pack while
'they' are in a meeting. Avoid the machinery, seagulls and spiders which
get in your way, but you'd better get a move on. It sounds as though the
meeting's nearly finished.
< - Left,†† > - Right,†† <SPACE> - Jump
You are one of NASA's (Nutley Aero and Space Association...?) chief test pilots, testing a new Emergency Lunar Escape Capsule. You have to land the capsule on any level area using as few litres of fuel as possible. Do not land at too great a speed as this will destroy the lander.
< - Thrust left,†† > - Thrust right,†† Z - Vertical thrust
Instructions' Source†† : TRIPLE DECKER 3 (Blue Ribbon) Inner Inlay
Review (Electron User - Triple Review Of TRIPLE DECKERS 1, 2 and 3) - "Nine Of The Best"
Please see TRIPLE DECKER 1 for this review.