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Night Shift is a strange platform/puzzle combo of a game.

Thriving Toy Company seeks energetic employee to operate unconventional machine. Generous rewards in store for you... if you can meet the challenge!

  • Master the BEAST to crank out action figures from Star Wars(r), Indiana Jones(r) and your favourite LucasArts games. You must meet your quota each night.
  • Make your quota! Get a raise! Get a bonus! Get a bigger quota!
  • Fend off nasty lawyers and furry pests.
  • Make it all the way from the assembly line to the mansion on the hill!
(from the back of the box)

Gameplay is divided into 6 different kinds of shifts, each with its own assignments (provide power, use wrench to tighten bolts, etc.) You will use tools throughout the game, and will be awarded with bonus items (hourglass for extra time, cash bonus for extra points).


Night Shift Commodore 64 Ride the bike to generate power
Night Shift Commodore 64 One of the toys is constructed
Night Shift Commodore 64 Fall too far and you see stars
Night Shift Commodore 64 Choose your character

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Alternate Titles

  • "Night Shift: Industrial Might & Logic" -- Tag-lined title
  • "Mr. Fixit" -- Working title

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Critic Reviews

Commodore Force Sep, 1993 83 out of 100 83
Commodore Format Feb, 1991 80 out of 100 80
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) May, 1991 8.8 out of 12 73
Commodore Format Nov, 1993 72 out of 100 72


Topic # Posts Last Post
Description from the box? 2 Fred VT (25969)
Aug 20, 2014
Code Wheel? 1 Flat Eric
Aug 13, 2010



In the game, the fictitious company that your character works for is called "Industrial Might & Logic" -- a parody on George Lucas' own company Industrial Light & Magic.


  • Amiga Power
    • May 1991 (issue #00) - #64 in the "All Time Top 100 Amiga Games"

POMAH (53508) added Night Shift (Commodore 64) on Jun 03, 2003
Other platforms contributed by POMAH (53508), chirinea (44752), Martin Smith (66869) and Tomer Gabel (4646)