DescriptionThis side-scrolling platformer features the sixth Doctor (who was played by Colin Baker) from the long running sci-fi British television series. The Time Lords have become aware of an evil force called The Master on the second moon of the planet Rijar taking over a mining base of the heatonite mineral to build a TIRU (Time Instant Reply Unit). A memory capsule on how to build a TIRU must be recovered and The Doctor must succeed as The Master plans to modify it by using The Doctor's brain to control both the past and future. The Doctor can jump, climb ladders, push buttons, and throw or use items.
He is accompanied by a robotic female cat named Splinx (who may remind you of the more famous K9 robot dog). The Doctor can only carry four items in his pockets, so Splinx is a valuable ally for fetching and carrying additional items. Even large items can fit in her dimensionally transcendental hyperspace load module. Splinx can also avoid proximity sensors and other creatures along with any items she carries. Occasionally, her energizer cells have to be recharged at external power points and the Doctor can place location markers to which she can find her way back to. Along the way, you will meet local peaceful Rijans who can be asked to perform simple tasks, and Cryostan plants which are used to make super-coolant fluid. There are also dangerous creatures called Madrags, as well as cyber guards to beware of.
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|Zzap!||May, 1986||86 out of 100||86|
|Zzap! (Italy)||May, 1986||86 out of 100||86|
|ASM (Aktueller Software Markt)||Jun, 1986||4 out of 10||40|
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Technical specificsThe game is one of the first (and only) games for BBC Micro that came on both a tape/disk and ROM. The player has to install the ROM in the BBC Micro's ROM Slot, and then load up the game.
RumorsIt is said that Micro Power put so much money into developing this game that it significantly contributed to them going bankrupt.
Much of the expense mentioned above went into developing a Spectrum version which was ultimately unreleased.