Punk rock dating game bedlam
Very complex and hard to play it had a difficult interface. It was actually sort of an action game and had a 'donkey kong' like interface. It was supposed to be the 1st of 7 but on The City and The Dungeon got released.
I remember mapping out the city on graph paper as I went. One of the most popular game series for the commodore system.
Very Indiana Jones, and it also had cool bugs where you could jump through walls if you knew what to do.
There was a Back to the Future game that was played on the Amiga computer.
The game was about eight screens by eight screens and you had monsters to knife or shoot or avoid(they grew from snakes and small spiders to dinosaurs and octopi,) and there were plenty of traps like a giant water spigot that would fill the room with water, or even a descending ceiling where the walls on the side slammed shut. Graphics were subpar, but gameplay made up the difference. Astonishing 3-d game for the beloved Sinclair ZX-81, where you try to escape from a labyrinth where lives a T-Rex. Full court play, although you only really saw one half-court at a time. 2 dunk stiles, 3 point shooting, and stats given after the game.This was a surrealistic first person 3d adventure for the TRS 80. You start a padded cell in an insane asylum and your mission is to escape.Mad inmates and an even maddening 3d maze kept you hooked for weeks.