I really like this. It's one of the few so-called arcade adventures which lives up to that description, in that it's steeped in the mood and mystery of good text adventures, with constant recourse to fast joystick reactions.
The graphics are fine, the banking excellent and the sound throughout is of high quality, right down to an engaging tune which refuses to use the pitch bending cliches all C64 games seem to depend on now.
This looks very promising but, when you strip away the graphic gimmicks, turns into a very standard arcade adventure... A bit more of that blasting which the cover hints at would have made for a better combination.
The scenario is a load of drivel and this is little more than a 3D version of the old TV game consoles "Tennis" you know the one played with paddles! The only difference being the slight improvement in graphics and sound (notice the slight!).