Interphase Reviews (Atari ST)
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ST Format (Nov, 1989)
Once in a while comes a game that stands apart from the rest, totally defying comparison. It last happened with the superb Populous, which positively raced up the 16-bit charts. Now there's Interphase, with just as original a concept and graphics that do it justice. There's more than just a spark of originality here: it's bursting with new ideas. Unfortunately its strategy element prevents from having the same wide appeal as Populous. That's a real pity, because some people are going to miss out on what is without doubt one of the games of '89.
Atari ST User (Jan, 1990)
Interphase looks like a variation on Starglider 2, and if you liked that then you'll probably like this too. It has 3D arcade sections for shoot-'em-up enthusiasts, but you'll also have many puzzles to solve, making this a thinking man's - and woman's - game. Well thought out gameplay and good programming will make this a winner.
The Games Machine (UK) (Dec, 1989)
Interphase has excellent puzzles, blasting and graphics wrapped up in one intriguing package, one that 16-bit owners would do well to take a look at.
Zero (Dec, 1989)
A fiendishly canny strategy/shoot 'em up with outstanding graphics and brilliant sound. BUT... it gets too hard FAR too quickly.
Computer and Video Games (CVG) (Dec, 1989)
A wonderfully-executed blend of strategy and arcade action. Superb 3D graphics, hours of intriguing gameplay and a cheeky sample from Pink Floyd's "Wish You Where Here" assure its success.