Nebulus (Tower Toppler)

DOS game, 1988

Hewson Consultants
U.S. Gold
ZX Spectrum (1987), Commodore 64 (1987), DOS (1988), Amiga (1988), Amstrad CPC (1988), Atari ST (1988), Atari 7800 (1989), NES (1991), Game Boy (1991)
Also known as:
Nebulus, Tower Toppler, Kyorochan Land, Castelian, キョロちゃんランド

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Tower Topler (better known in Europe as Nebulus) is a nice arcade game from the late 80's. You take on the role of a secret "agent" who is disembarked from a submarine and has the task of destroying the enemy tower. To achieve this, you have to climb to the top of the tower and put the self-destruct device into operation. In the game you can walk, jump, shoot, climb in the door and also take the elevator up and down. The death of an agent can only occur by drowning. On the way to the top of the tower you will have to deal with various pitfalls and a falling floor. The monsters that stand in your way will always try to throw you one floor down. Probably the most interesting thing about the game is its graphic design, the rotation of the tower is smooth and smooth. Thanks to this, the resulting impression of the space is realistic and the game managed to create a realistic 3D effect.

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