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About the StoryA small, slightly surreal romp through an underwater seabase, which could be taken straight out of a James Bond movie. With it's weak old school two word parser, it may seem dated by todays standards, but it has a certain weird humor, and it may appeal to fans of old 8-bit adventure games.
"You, Ed Lines, the famous reporter, have sent the "SUBSUNK" message from the stranded submarine "SEA-LION" only to have it intercepted by enemy agents. The enemy agents use a mysterious magnetic force to draw the sub into "SEABASE DELTA". You must unravel the secrets held in the base then locate the mini-sub and make good your escape."
BT have already dipped their feet into the budget adventure market with Subsunk, a pleasant little Quilled ditty that represented very good value at £1.99. Now they've come up with a sequel, Seabase Delta, at the same pocket-money price.
Well, you don't expect much for £1.99, so the Wiz is pleased to report that he was quite taken with this package. The game has some above average graphics and the scenario, though not startlingly original, contains some novel puzzles and is generally consistent and logical in its construction.
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