Tut Tut - A new game previously released for the Commodore PET is now available for the MSX

Thanks to a heads up by a good friend of ours on Facebook, we've learnt of a new game that you can play right now called 'Tut Tut'; A game that isn't just puzzle and part action, but it will transport you to Egypt in the 1920s whereby stories are told of mummies strangling would-be tomb raiders! To coincide with this news, while you can play the game on your MSX by Shieladixon, the game was also previously released for the Commodore PET by Tynemouth Software as well as the ZX Spectrum, Jupiter Ace / Minstrel 4th and TRS-80 MC-10 by David Stephenson.

Here's the latest about the game from the developer. "This is my port for RC2014, Classic or CPM with TMS991A video card. Also optionally AY sound module and RC2014 joystick module.  With David's guidance I've ported to this platform and added suitable title music, sound effects and musical stings. This version also includes the level code functionality which was introduced by Dave Curran in the Vic20 version (codes are the same) and some recent new levels. This game has 40 levels plus a 'hidden' treasury which you may access if worthy".

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1 comment:

  1. Nice Game, could have been released 40 years ago (in a good way)!


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