|Paul Westphal - 11/01/2014|
Amazing piece of programming and so was the copy protection. This is why you bought an Atari computer and not a 2600.
|steve - 02/01/2014|
Wow recently played this for the 1st time. Incredible smooth realistic graphics for the time
Amazing feat of programming. Boy wish i had this back in the day, to show the spec c64 pals.
|GADZombie - 19/12/2013|
And the most incredible - it's very colorful and for two players at one computer! And very playable!
|Dan - 26/10/2009|
Wow! Regardless of whether it's real vector-based 3D or just raycasting, it's incredibly smooth for something on an 8-bit platform designed in the late '70s!
|Emulator users: disable SIO patch.|
| Electronic Games · May, 1984|
Although many games are designed for one or two-player options, only a few really cry out for a human opponent. Capture the Flag is one of these. It's not that there's anything wrong with the solitaire game - only that the computer refuses to laugh or scream at those points during game play that a human would.
Capture the Flag is truly a maze game. There are no pills and no... [more]
| Electronic Fun · February, 1984||Rating: 4 / 4 |
I really hate to do this to Sirius designer Paul Edelstein, but if you were all set to buy his maze game Wayout because of its incredibly realistic inside-the-labyrinth graphics, save your money and get his Capture the Flag instead. Capture the Flag not only does everything Wayout does, it does it forty times better - adding good game music, welcome movement system... [more]