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Moonlight Madness (ZX Spectrum)

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Your scout duty takes you into the heavily booby-trapped home of an eccentric old professor, who suddenly collapses. His pills are locked in a safe at the other side of the building. It's your job to fetch them, and save the old man's life.

Gameplay is similar to Jet Set Willy, with each screen requiring a pre-planned path to cross it, and lots of doors to open. Falls will cost you a life, even if you land on something flat.


Moonlight Madness ZX Spectrum This is the game's main menu
Moonlight Madness ZX Spectrum Keys can be redefined. However I could not use SPACE as FIRE, presumably because its used to exit the screen. M is used for music, P for Pause S for Save and L for Load
Moonlight Madness ZX Spectrum Contact with a butler costs a life.
Moonlight Madness ZX Spectrum At the end of loading the game waits at this screen for the player to press a key. The combination randomly rotates as it does so. When all lives are lost the player returns here

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The Press Says

Computer Gamer Nov, 1986 11 out of 20 55
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) Oct, 1986 2.5 out of 10 25


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Martin Smith (63054) added Moonlight Madness (ZX Spectrum) on Dec 14, 2004