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A bold, admirable piece of software when it was launched almost a year ago. Driller has lost nothing in the meantime. The ST and Amiga may both have a good few solid 3D titles, but the "real world" feel of Freescape puts this one in a class of its own.
ST Format (May, 1991)
Driller is a Freescape game - a solid 3D game world, where you have to work your way round, over, through, into and behind the building within. The screen update of these graphics is extremely quick and there's a wonderfully fluid feeling of real momentum. Gameplay is fast and furious and there's always a fresh surprise waiting for you around the corner. Sound is excellent too, with some very clear samples that leave you in no doubt when you've hit something or if you're under attack. At eight quid this game represents ravishing value for money. Check it out.
Power Play (Jan, 1989)
Gerade durch die schnelle Grafik macht Driller noch mal so viel Spaß. Für jedermann, der gerne knobelt, ist das Programm zu empfehlen.
Driller is a trifle outdated in the fast-moving computer industry - this is the only factor which prevents it being an excellent 16-bit game rather than a very good one.
Atari ST User (Dec, 1988)
The 3D graphics are excellent and the screen update rate is good too. The sound effects are fine, but sadly there doesn’t seem to be any musical soundtrack - pity. Driller is an excellent blend of good graphics and fiendish gameplay - I highly recommend it.
ST/Amiga Format (Dec, 1988)
Far more could have been done with Driller to warrant a conversion, but these possibilities seem to have been large ignored.
The One (Nov, 1988)
Identical to its Commodore cousin in almost every aspect (apart from the slightly weaker sound) this version suffers from the same drawbacks.