I keep banging on about Geoff Crammond‘s The Sentinel and will probably continue to do so until I’ve written about every version available. 🙂
The Commodore 64 version of Geoff Crammond‘s The Sentinel is just as good as the original BBC Micro version of the game, if not better – ie. it’s absolutely bloody brilliant.
Like a game of chess – but far scarier – The Sentinel is a game of strategy and cunning that is played-out on a mountainous chequerboard landscape that is overseen by the titular Sentinel.
Another timeless classic video game that originated on the BBC Micro in 1986.
Geoff Crammond‘s The Sentinel is a strategic game of ‘hide and seek’ – played-out on a chequeboard-like surface over which a being called The Sentinel watches.
Geoff Crammond‘s Formula One Grand Prix wowed gamers when it was first released back in 1992.
Geoff Crammond‘s The Sentinel is a strange chess-like game where you have to sneak up on an overseeing Sentinel, who is perched high on a platform, overlooking the play area.
Geoff Crammond’s Stunt Car Racer on the Amiga is a blistering game!
In fact: on all systems Stunt Car Racer appeared on, it worked really well.