Lane Mastodon vs. the Blubbermen (Commodore 64)

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The year is 2029 and the evil Blubbermen have invaded earth. Only heroic Lane Mastodon can stop them, in a setting resembling science-fiction of the 1950's.

Lane Mastodon vs. the Blubbermen is, along with Gamma Force in Pit of a Thousand Screams and the two ZorkQuest games, a part of the so-called InfoComics. The gameplay follows the same system as in the other games: the player reads text and views comic book panels (presented with CGA graphics in a vector format, including automatic zooming, panning, and rotating), occasionally being prompted to make a decision, thus leading the story into a different direction.


Lane Mastodon vs. the Blubbermen Commodore 64 Lambert the wiz kid.
Lane Mastodon vs. the Blubbermen Commodore 64 An alien Blubber Man as Ebert.
Lane Mastodon vs. the Blubbermen Commodore 64 Title screen part 2
Lane Mastodon vs. the Blubbermen Commodore 64 And no, it's not 30 boxes of pizza.

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Author Steve Meretzky also wrote Leather Goddesses of Phobos, which included a 3-D comic in which Lane Mastodon made his first appearance.


Infocomics were a huge failure on the market for a number of reasons:
  1. not truly a game (more like an interactive movie)
  2. low CGA graphic appeal in a time when EGA was king
  3. the low pricing did not inspire quality confidence in the consumer's mind.
Information also contributed by Ye Olde Infocomme Shoppe

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  • The Commodore Zone (All about Lane Mastodon - introduction, images, related links and comments area.)
Quapil (4732) added Lane Mastodon vs. the Blubbermen (Commodore 64) on Apr 23, 2003
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