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Seastalker

by Stu Galley and Jim Lawrence

Thriller/Children's
1984

About the Story

There's something down there in the ocean, something terrifying. And you have to face it - because only you can save the Aquadome, the world's first undersea research station.

The alarm sounds and your submarine, the Scimitar, is docked nearby. But not so fast - you haven't even tested the Scimitar in deep water, and the crew at the Aquadome may have a traitor in its ranks. So be careful! You have many possibilities to consider, mysteries to unravel and life-and-death decisions to make!

Success won't come easily. It may not come at all - because, if you challenge the deep without using all your wits, you just might wind up as shark bait!

Difficulty: Junior

Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: Unknown
License: Commercial
Development System: ZIL
IFIDs:  ZCODE-16-850603
ZCODE-16-850515
ZCODE-15-840522
ZCODE-15-840501
ZCODE-86-840320
TUID: 56wb8hflec2isvzm

Off-Site Reviews

SPAG
One of the authors has ghostwritten books for the Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew, and Tom Swift series, and the writing style carries over very well. The game has the same oh-my-gosh-golly sense of adventure that those books have. This is not a criticism, I read and enjoyed the Hardy Boys as a child, but it has a mixed effect on the ratings, causing the atmosphere rating to go up a bit, but the plot rating to go correspondingly down, as I had read so many of these books that the plot seemed rather routine and predictable.
-- Graeme Cree
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