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Description

3D Tunnel is a first-person shooter where you must move down a constantly moving tunnel, which moves in multiple directions, over various phases to escape. As you move through the tunnel you must shoot a certain amount of various creatures including bats, frogs and rats, that come towards you, to move to the next phase. If you hit the walls then you lose one of the ten initial lives, and when they are gone then it is game over. The last phase has no shooting, you just have to avoid various underground trains that hurtle towards you. You are able to practise any phase and there are three speeds to select from (Slow, Medium and Fast).

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3D Tunnel ZX Spectrum This tape was found at the deep forests of northern Portugal. The yellow image it's the belly of Kermit hitting the camer... hey! how did yo.. what are y... (static noise)
3D Tunnel ZX Spectrum Hitting a bat.
3D Tunnel ZX Spectrum The dark image it's the belly of Danger Mouse hit... (loud scream + static noise)
3D Tunnel ZX Spectrum Main menu

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Alternate Titles

  • "Tunnel 3D" -- Microbyte release (Spain)
  • "3D Tunel" -- Investronica release (Spain)

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Computer and Video Games (CVG) ZX Spectrum Oct, 1983 33 out of 40 82
Computer and Video Games (CVG) ZX Spectrum Apr, 1983 21 out of 30 70

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