& Reviewed by Neil Collins
Seabase Delta by Firebird is one of the adventure
games I remember most on the Commodore 64. It's one of
the few games I completed without cheating or without
any tips or help. It was a cracking little game for
under two quid.
plot revolves around an underwater base that you have to
investigate and ultimately escape. There are plenty of
locations to explore and I remember the puzzles being
fairly logical although it did take me a while to beat
Graphically it's your standard quill/illustrator level,
which is good enough to create a suitable atmosphere.
You can't really fault this game for the price, and I
remember being quite happy with my purchase at the time.
Finally! The engines
HOW WAS IT COMPLETED?:
I played it all the way through without cheating!
SO WHAT HAPPENS?:
You escape the seabase via a mini-sub. Once you have
entered it and pulled the lever the game is beaten. A
short paragraph of text appears which describes the
engines starting and what a story this adventure will
make back in the office. 'WELL DONE ED!!!!' The game ends
and you are asked if you would like to try again.