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Masters of the Universe: Super Adventure (ZX Spectrum)

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This interactive fiction title (one of three licensed Masters of the Universe titles released in the mid 1980s) might suit the more intellectual He-Man fans. Skeletor has developed an Earthquaker device, which uses hypnotic rays to control a horde of Rockbinders - gigantic boulder beasts capable of gnawing through solid rock. As the game starts, the beasts are tunnelling beneath the Shadowlands and approaching Eternia. As Adam AKA He-Man, can you stop Skeletor and his evil plan before it is too late?

The game is reasonably easy by adventure standards, and uses a largely two-word parser with commands such as ENLIST, EXAMINE and FIT. Time saving commands include GET ALL and DROP ALL, and BOM (back one move) for undoing mistakes.

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Masters of the Universe: Super Adventure ZX Spectrum Why would there be wax on the walls?
Masters of the Universe: Super Adventure ZX Spectrum Is that mirror special?
Masters of the Universe: Super Adventure ZX Spectrum Starting screen - How I Met a relative of Josh Radnor?
Masters of the Universe: Super Adventure ZX Spectrum Loading screen

Alternate Titles

  • "Terraquake" -- Working title
  • "Masters of the Universe in Terraquake" -- C64 loading screen title

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Trivia

On the first screen, you meet King Radnor. This may surprise fans of the He-Man universe, as this features King RANDOR.
Martin Smith (63154) added Masters of the Universe: Super Adventure (ZX Spectrum) on Sep 01, 2007
Other platforms contributed by mocagh (2667)