Voyager I (Apple II, CBM Pet, Atari 8-Bit, TRS-80 and Tandy Color Computer, Cassette) Avalon Hill - 1982 USA, Canada Release
|Platform(s)||Apple II, CBM Pet, Atari 8-Bit, TRS-80 and Tandy Color Computer|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
Sabotage of the Robot Ship.
A new microcomputer role-playing concept- Voyager I puts you on board a spaceship infested with killer robots! You are the lone survivor of a human invasion strike sent upon an almost impossible mission: Sabotage and Destroy the Robot Ship and its mechanical pirates and escape before the ship self-destructs.
On board, the killer robots remain hidden throughout the four level, 144 locations of the spaceship, awaiting your foolhardy attempt to thwart their kamikaze collision course headed straight for Earth.
Voyage I features high-speed 3-dimensional simulated graphics. You must think and react fast or you will get zapped by an enemy robot's laser pistol. New floorplans are randomly generated in each game and there is no need to map out your movement as it is stored in your computer's memory for instant recall.
There is more than one way to accomplish your mission in Voyager I. Each of which requires you find the necessary objects and equipment on board and use them properly. You will actually see a realistic 3-D "eye-level" view throughout your exploration. Elevators allow you to move between the four levels of the ship. You move in real time, but move too quickly and you will tire requiring you to rest until your stamina points are restored. Once inside the Robot Ship you must secure a laser rifle in order to combat the enemy. Destroy all of the enemy robots (before they do the same to you) and victory is yours! Or you may choose to search out the power generators fueling the ship's operations. Upon your exploding of the final generator the Robot Ship will automatically be set on self-destruct. You will have just 60 seconds to escape in a shuttle craft or you too will be blown up!
You force yourself through an unguarded escape hatch atop the spaceship. Once inside you can see a long corridor with passageways and arteries leading off to sections unknown. Will you turn back now while there is still time, or risk your life in an attempt to Sabotage the Robot Ship? With laser and map in hand you cautiously move down the corridor, adrenalin pumping through every vein in your body.
Voyager I utilizes color, animated graphics and sound. This game package contains a complete set of illustrated instructions and software.
Tandy Color Computer