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Brian Bloodaxe is a viking who has been stuck in an ice block for hundreds of years. After the ice has thawed out, Brian vows to conquer Britian, but little does he know he woke up in 1983. Brian must wander through 100 locations looking for the Crown Jewels and sit on the throne. Objects are scattered throughout each location, and Brian needs to figure out their purpose. Monsters – such as ducks, Daleks, Mad Scotsmen, and Turkish soldiers – roam each location making Brian's task of getting these objects difficult. Up to three objects can be carried at any one time, and they can be used to block the path of monsters or to make extra platforms. The objects do not fall when dropped, making it easier for Brian to leap across blank areas. Getting the correct objects in the correct places is a daunting task.


Brian Bloodaxe Commodore 64 "Hello there, young chap. Suppose you can help me out of this sand hill?"
Brian Bloodaxe Amstrad CPC Nessie is nearby
Brian Bloodaxe ZX Spectrum Treasure is mine!
Brian Bloodaxe Commodore 64 Lost a life

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Sinclair User ZX Spectrum Apr, 1985 8 out of 10 80
Zzap! Commodore 64 Aug, 1985 18 out of 100 18


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The game's humor was inspired by the British comedy group Monty Python. The title music of their TV show Monty Python's Flying Circus (Liberty Bell March) serves as in-game music.
Contributed to by B.L. Stryker (20882) and *Katakis* (38210)