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Comments (3)
Penge - 12/12/2017
Very strange game. From what I remember, some sort of dystopia setting. Looked good but it was quite buggy and not very playable.
8bitjeff - 18/12/2010
One of those great, early games from Psygnosis that made me forget the Atari 8-bit and fall in love with ST gaming.
dwhyte - 15/12/2010
First ST game I ever owned. And the only one I know of where you can hotswap a colour and monochrome monitor without the system warm starting, provided you had a monitor switcher.

Information - Brataccas

GenreArcade - Platformer (Multi-Screen)Year1986
LanguageMachine LanguagePublisherPsygnosis
ControlsMouse, Joystick, KeyboardDistributorMindscape
Players1, DemoDeveloper[n/a]
ResolutionMedium / HighLicensed from-
Programmer(s)

Lawson, David H. / Evans, Eugene
Blackburn, Phil / Glover, Michael K. [Jake]

CountryUSA
Graphic Artist(s)

Corbett, Garvan / Rushby, Colin

Software
Game design

Lawson, David H.

Box / Instructions
Musician(s)

[unknown]

LicenseCommercial
Sound FX

[unknown]

Serial
Cover Artist(s)ST TypeST, STe / 0.5MB
MIDIVersion
DumpMISSINGNumber of Disks? / ?
Protection

Additional Comments - Brataccas

Other version with the same title:


Psygnosis (United Kingdom).

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Trivia - Brataccas

Origins
Brataccas was originally intented for release on Sinclair QL under the name Bandersnatch. (Source: Eugene Evans / Britsoft - An Oral History book.


Development
Message from the disk:
This beauty by Michael K. Glover.(JAKE)I dont know about "NEUTER BOOTER",but you need real balls to check this out!!! So there it is. What a little beauty Eh? The code in this game is by Dave,Jake and Phil!!


Book / Magazine Reviews - Brataccas

 ANALOG · April, 1986Rating: - 

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