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llama - 20/10/2022
I got this free on a coverdisk, it's a complicated and confusing game when you don't have a manual and I'm not sure I ever really figured out what I was doing as a kid. For 1989 it had incredibly smooth 3D graphics, most games from that era chugged along at 3-5fps and we accepted it at the time, but Interphase probably ran closer to 15-20fps and it felt SO smooth at the time. I just looked up a video of someone playing it on YouTube and yes its definitely not 60fps but it's still playably smooth by today's standards
Atari A to Z (Pete Davison) - 03/07/2022
Ever wake up from a really great dream only to discover that a malevolent supercorporation has injected it with a bunch of malicious subliminal messaging? God, I hate it when that happens. Join Chad and his girlfriend Kaf-E in the unusual "cyberspace" game Interphase as they attempt to show the Dreamtrack Corporation what for. Let's Play!

Information - Interphase

GenreShoot'em Up! - 3-DYear1991
LanguageMachine LanguagePublisherMirrorsoft
Players1DeveloperAssembly Line (The)
ResolutionLowLicensed from-

Stephens, Adrian

CountryUnited Kingdom
Graphic Artist(s)

Coleman, Mark / Emmett, Danny

Game design

Knight, Simon / Lester, Dean

Box / Instructions


Sound FX


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

Additional Comments - Interphase

Other versions with the same title:

Image Works (United Kingdom)
Image Works (France)
Image Works (Germany)
ST Format (version [preview]) ()
ST Format (version [Coverdisk]) ()

Article - Interphase


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Tips - Interphase

The One Players Guide

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Trivia - Interphase

In early phases of the development this game was called "Mainframe" (Ace issue 12, ST Amiga Format issue 3)

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Features digitized title soundtrack at 8KHz
Features digitized sound fx at 4KHz

Features up to 20 colours on-screen simultaneously (introduction screen)
Features up to 28 colours on-screen simultaneously (in-game)

Book / Magazine Reviews - Interphase

 ST Format · November, 1989Rating: 93% 

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