Fantasy Zone: Escape from the Pyramid - Final version released for the ZX Spectrum

As if Doctor Who Surrender Time wasn't enough for Errazkin, as earlier today he contacted us via our Twitter page to let us know that Fantasy Zone: Escape from the Pyramid has been finished and released for the ZX Spectrum! According to Errazkin, this game is the final version of a game that was made some years ago by Antonio J Pérez, that now features "in game" music in the 128k version by the same creator as well as a new loading screen and another for the end of the game made by Igor Errazkin!

In this game a strange force has pulled Opa Opa into a parallel dimension where lots of enemies guard the Great Pyramid that cause spatial-temporal changes in the Fantasy Zone. Only by flying about, shooting at enemies and avoiding smacking into deadly mines, will you activate the 5 great stars to be able to return home for lunch, where a succulent meal is waiting for you. The game features a lovely tune throughout, cool level designs with some very challenging levels that await, and smooth controls enabling the ease of destructive firepower!

Developer: Antonio J Pérez
Graphics and music AY adaptations: Antonio J Pérez
Loading and ending screens: Igor Errazkin
Fx sounds: from La Churrera
Scripts: Antonio J. Pérez
Cover design: Antonio J. Pérez
Cover picture from: Space Fantasy Zone (PC Engine CD)
Engine: La Churrera 3.99.3c (Mojon Twins)

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