Solomon's Key for the NES was released in Japan on this day in 1986.

SpacePod (Windows)

SpacePod Screenshots

Windows version

SpacePod Windows The game's title screen. The game initially starts in a low resolution but this has been changed in-game and a new title screen shot has been taken on a restart

The game's title screen. The game initially starts in a low resolution but this has been changed in-game and a new title screen shot has been taken on a restart

SpacePod Windows A scene from the animated introduction which sets the scene for the game. The game initially starts in a low resolution but this can be changed in-game

A scene from the animated introduction which sets the scene for the game. The game initially starts in a low resolution but this can be changed in-game

SpacePod Windows The game starts with the player in the spacepod. Ahead is the control to launch the game. To the right, shown here, are the game configuration controls. To the left is the game type selection control

The game starts with the player in the spacepod. Ahead is the control to launch the game. To the right, shown here, are the game configuration controls. To the left is the game type selection control

SpacePod Windows The game starts when the player presses the Launch button. This triggers an animated launch sequence which deposits the pod in space

The game starts when the player presses the Launch button. This triggers an animated launch sequence which deposits the pod in space

SpacePod Windows The first tutorial task, use the primary weapon to destroy a satellite. The map in the lower left shows approaching objects, the lower right is a ship status indicator

The first tutorial task, use the primary weapon to destroy a satellite. The map in the lower left shows approaching objects, the lower right is a ship status indicator

SpacePod Windows Some pods have been attached. There's a cannon and a solar cell to power it. Both of these are attached to a basic cargo pod

Some pods have been attached. There's a cannon and a solar cell to power it. Both of these are attached to a basic cargo pod

SpacePod Windows The first enemy craft. Got to get past this to continue

The first enemy craft. Got to get past this to continue

SpacePod Windows This is the end of the first enemy craft. A satisfying explosion but notice how the ship's shields have decreased.

This is the end of the first enemy craft. A satisfying explosion but notice how the ship's shields have decreased.

SpacePod Windows This is very bad. The enemy ship is using its primary weapon on our pod. The damage means the pods that have been collected are lost and because the AI pilot is better they will collect them

This is very bad. The enemy ship is using its primary weapon on our pod. The damage means the pods that have been collected are lost and because the AI pilot is better they will collect them

SpacePod Windows The keyboard controls are configurable

The keyboard controls are configurable