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Publisher: Psygnosis     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1987

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small ST picture raytraced by Rich Davey 2001

ZZip wrote ...2004-02-12 16:35:36
One of the very first games ever released on the ST. (It came out in 85, or early 86 BTW, not 1987). It was released to a lot of initial hype, but its achieles heel was that it was very difficult to control. works on color or monochrome, but you may need to load the disk-based TOS 1.0 to get it to load.
Nutking wrote ...2003-08-13 18:02:43
Anyone know what to do with the evidence?
David Vaughan wrote ...2003-01-09 01:52:11
I remember when I first tried playing Brattacus on the Atari ST back in 1989. The game was a little complicated for me back then since you had to move your character using the mouse. Since I played this again, I got the hang of moving my character around with the mouse and from what I see, it sure is a great adventure game. Brattacus can be found on Automation compact disk 55.
meyeti wrote ...2002-11-13 13:18:42
One of the most fogotten adventure game on Atari, but in advance over all other ones in '87. Yes, a great (but complex) game.
Jeremy Niebuhr wrote ...2002-04-11 02:30:20
Too bad this game has no picture (yet). Of all the games that I got with my Atari 520 ST (used), this one had the most impressive graphics. When I boast about the Atari technology back in the 80's I always mention this game...it was really ahead of its time. Wish I could get my St working again...sigh