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Game available on [[Spectrum]], [[Amstrad CPC]], [[BBC Micro]], [[Commodore 64]], [[Amstrad PCW]] and [[MSX]] systems.
 
===Spectrum version===
 
===Spectrum version===
* ''Snowball'' ([[Mike Austin]], [[Nick Austin]], [[Pete Austin]] and [[Ian Buxton]], publisher: [[Level 9]]; 1983; [[Spectrum]], [[Amstrad CPC]], [[BBC Micro]], [[Commodore 64]], [[Amstrad PCW]] and [[MSX]]).
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* ''Snowball'' ([[Mike Austin]], [[Nick Austin]], [[Pete Austin]] and [[Ian Buxton]], publisher: [[Level 9]]; 1983).
 
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===PCW version===
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==Notable Information==
 
==Notable Information==

Revision as of 14:26, 18 May 2019

ScienceFiction
Science
Fiction
Mystery
Mystery
Outer space
Outer space
Snowball
Snowball.jpg
Author(s) Mike Austin, Nick Austin, Pete Austin and Ian Buxton
Publisher(s) Level 9
Release date(s) 1983
Authoring system A-code
Platform(s) Spectrum
Language(s) English
License(s) Commercial
Multimedia
Color effects TBD
Graphics none/Line Art
Sound/Music TBD
Ratings
Cruelty scale Tough

How It Begins

The massive starship, Snowball 9, is carrying 2 million hibernating colonists to Eden, fertile planet in the Eridani starsystem. The Snowball has been hijacked and is heading into the sun.

Notable Features

Claims to have over 7000 locations.

Versions

Game available on Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, BBC Micro, Commodore 64, Amstrad PCW and MSX systems.

Spectrum version

PCW version

Snowball-PCW.png

Notable Information

Silicon Dreams Trilogy by Level 9

Snowball (1983)
Return to Eden (1984)
The Worm in Paradise (1985)


Links