Impossible Mission - A Commodore Plus/4 conversion of a famous game is here!

Not to be confused with Mission Impossible, of which I have done many times in the past and been reminded of :p , but we have recently been told by Tom that Impossible Mission has now arrived on the Commodore Plus/4 by none other than TCFS; the same team behind the incredible release of Bruce Lee Anniversary Edition. For those of you who don't remember this game, it was originally released on multiple systems in the 80's including the Amstrad, C64 and ZX Spectrum, and puts you in control of a secret agent infiltrating an enemy stronghold.

Regarded as one of the best games for multiple systems, with that classic digitized line " Stay awhile, stay forever ". Impossible Mission was released all those years ago in 1984 developed by Dennis Caswell and published by Epyx. As an epic platformer game against the clock to reassemble and decrypt a password to Atombender's control room while also avoiding seriously dangerous robots! So yes if you loved playing the game back in the day, now's your chance to play it on the Commodore Plus/4.

Links :1) Website


  1. Who would have thought possible Mission Impossible on the 264 series, none. I tried it on my C16 (with 64k), and I could hardly believe it ... Congratulations to the developer, this is a fabulous job!

  2. Simply amazing. What's next, the VIC20?


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