& Reviewed by Neil Collins
Scramble Spirits is a vertically scrolling shoot-em-up
by Grandslam. It is distinctly average in the category
of C64 shoot-em-ups with its dull, badly drawn graphics,
poor music, and it's very difficult game play. There are
six very boring levels to beat if you can be bothered to
play it through to the end. There were far better C64
shooters out there for the C64 for far less money. This
game is one that should be forgotten about as there's
nothing in it that stands out whatsoever. Give this a
The final level is
Our hero is safe...
...and flies off into
Sounds like a James
Bond movie title!
Huh? Haven't you
already said that?!
Bloody hell... speed
it up a bit, pal. I'm getting bored here...
HOW WAS IT COMPLETED?:
I used a level skip cheat.
SO WHAT HAPPENS?:
At the end of level six you have to fight a huge flying
machine. After a few minutes of blasting specific parts
of it, it explodes and disappears. Your plane flies up
off the top of the screen and a short end sequence
begins. Your plane is shown and a few short messages
appear beside it which read 'Well done. The world is
safe again. Well done. The enemies are dead. The stories
of your heroic actions are passed down from generation
to generation'. The game then resets back to the main