Never did like
eve, and the staff at Macrobiology Industries Limited were having the
usual office party, with all the usual hi-jinx and tears, but something
very unusual was happening in the biohazard containment
The predicted pandemic had never occurred, and so the fridge was full
of unused swine-flu vaccines, but that night it jostled for space with
the secretary's cucumber sandwiches and the boss's - sorry, not his, a
friends - Viagra supply, all stored there for safe keeping until the
party really got started. But the disco lights overloaded the
generator, the fuses blew, the fridge shut off, and the staff all went
their separate ways home to sleep off the excesses.
happy new year! The security guard, first on site that morning, was
slowly working his way around the offices and labs, tripping the fuse
boxes back to life. He shook his head, bemused by the broken
hinges on the doors, but the smashed containment fridge, and mucus-like
stains on the walls and floor scared him enough to grab his SHARPS
pistol, as strange things moved just out of sight...
MicroMart - "Virus is a very
playable and extremely polished top-down
shoot'em up, making the most of the machine's limitations.
simply this is Speccy-quality gaming on a ZX81" - 9/10
Gamer - "The phrase 'tense scrolling action on the ZX81' isn't one we
often use in these reviews, but that's exactly what Virus is." - 85%
started my second game
Zeddy, following the good reception received by Domin8tr1s, with high
asperations. Having a character-mapped display I felt the
should be capable of a fast scrolling game, and it was.