About LGD
ST Games Archive
TOS ROM files
ST Hardware

Other ST Emulators

Atari ST CD-Roms For Sale
Top Atari ST Web Links

Fuji BBS
ST Games BBS
ST Emulators BBS

Set Preferences
Save Desktop
Print Screen

Return to the LGD home page Atari ST Games Archive Trash Can!
Ignore PD/Shareware games
Impossible Mission 2
Publisher: US Gold     Developer: Epyx
Year of release: 1988

Click here to see the box of this game on-line Impossible Mission 2 Game music missing - can you help?
Genres : Action / Puzzle

Click here to see other games reviewed in this issue of ST Format
ST Format
# 25 - Aug 91
Click here to see other games reviewed in this issue of ST Action
ST Action
# 3 - Jul 88

» Atari ST CD-Roms available for download from only $2 «


Got a fond memory of this game?
Then write about it here to share with others!

Opps! - You need to be logged-in to leave a comment
Why not sign-up now?
It's cheaper than an ST Format subscription :)

small ST picture raytraced by Rich Davey 2001

Matt_B wrote ...2006-09-05 06:23:58
This was a nice game that I got in the bundle with my STE. Whilst it was obviously nothing that couldn't be done on an 8 bit micro, it still had the same addictive gameplay that made the original a killer app for the C64 on its release, so I played it a lot. It's certainly a difficult game, but they could hardly make it easy given the title.
Violent_Cat wrote ...2004-07-23 09:16:48
This game i remember from my good friend's house his big brother used to play it all the times i never knew what u need to do in this game but i know it was very fun to watch him playing
Selurtsirata wrote ...2003-09-23 19:53:11
I recently dusted this game off and played it again and i realised why i spent my childhood playing it. The character animation is superb and i love the dying voice. Thanks for the link Jonathan i never realised how many platforms it was released on and the ST version is by far the better. One day victory will be mine and i think i will drop the game off a very high building and laugh, laugh untill its cursed plastic case shatters into a million pieces. Take that Elvin.
Hanno wrote ...2003-05-25 16:03:06
Check out the long loadable "Impossible Mission" (yes Part I) on the C64 - that was one of the greatest games during that time.
David Vaughan wrote ...2003-01-09 19:29:36
Impossible Mission II can be found on Automation compact disk 254, Compilation compact disk 42 and Lemmings compact disk 16.
Jonathan wrote ...2002-09-19 13:33:45
I've always been a huge fan of Impossible Mission and enjoyed completing this one, however, I find this conversion rather minimalistic, not adding much to its 8 bit counterpart. Experienced player will find this one actually easier than the first one. A third installment called Impossible Mission 2025 was released but only made it to the Amiga platform. I found this interesting Impossible Mission fan page at: http://home.arcor.de/cybergoth/epyx/impossiblemission.html
DSM wrote ...2002-06-17 08:13:04
I loved IM2. I actually even beat the game at least once, and still had a decent amount of time left. And Elvin Atombender, like all evil scientists, got what he had coming...
David Vaughan wrote ...2002-03-30 15:29:48
I remember playing this game back when I was six. I didn't know exactly what the game was all about. All I remember is that you stand in front of objects and search for objects or numbers. The first time I saw this game back in 1989, I always laughed at how the guy would disappear when the robots zapped him and how he yells when he falls to the bottom. The way he yells sounds similar to the way the guy yells in "Weird Dreams." When I played this game, I figured out what the object is. The object of this game is to search all the objects you find in the different rooms. When you get numbers go outside the rooms. Hold down the jump button to make the hand cursor appear and select the button that says "293". This is the menu that shows you the different numbers you collected from the objects that you searched. Selecting the left, middle and right up and down arrows will show different numbers on the screen. If you come up with a number that is right for the code, it will say "found" at the bottom. For the number that is right, move that one up or down so it won't say "found" and check the other numbers to make sure you have the right one. If you don't have any correct numbers, go back and search more objects in the other rooms that you haven't been in. Once you get all the correct numbers for the code, it will say "Complete". To get out of the menu, select "off" and select "off" again to go back to moving your character. After you've done this, the doors to the left and right tower will open. You have to do the same thing in each tower that you get to. I did so good playing this game that I had only two towers left to complete but I didn't make it because I ran out of time. Someday, I'll be able to complete all the towers and see what happens after that.
bazfan wrote ...2002-02-12 18:05:02
i remember i got this with the discovery pack, i played it first on the c64, your right its a good game, but was damn hard, remember the original c64 version.... another visitor,stay awhile,staaaaaaaay forever.
^^Snoop^^ wrote ...2002-02-05 04:46:29
this is a place to comment about the game above, not to request TOS versions. Anyway, I used to love this game but damn it is hard, never got anywhere near completing it.
flo wrote ...2002-02-04 08:31:32
Can I have some TOS versions to play transartica and disc that I have already download, thank you very much!