Impossible Mission Player Count and Stats (2024)

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Impossible Mission Player Count and Stats

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Game Description

Impossible Mission is a platform puzzle video game developed by Dennis Caswell and published by Epyx in 1984 for various home computer systems, including the Commodore 64, Atari 7800, and ZX Spectrum. The game was later ported to other platforms such as the Amiga, Apple II, and MS-DOS.

In the game, the player takes on the role of a secret agent tasked with infiltrating the lair of an evil scientist to thwart his plans of world domination. The game is set within a large, interconnected complex, with the player having to explore, solve puzzles, and avoid hazards such as deadly robots and electrified floors.

One of the game’s most notable features was its use of synthesized speech, which added an extra layer of atmosphere to the game. The game also had a unique “rewind” feature, which allowed players to go back in time if they made a mistake or died, giving them a chance to try again.

Impossible Mission was a critical and commercial success, praised for its gameplay, graphics, and sound. It has since become a classic and is considered one of the best games of the 1980s. The game spawned several sequels and remakes, with the most recent being Impossible Mission for the Nintendo DS in 2007.

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