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- Blueprint -

Blueprint is one of those games that have stuck with me simply because it was one of the first games I ever played on a home system. In it you have to rescue the aptly named Daisy Damsel who is being chased by Ollie Ogre who wants to gobble her up. You have to build a contraption from parts lying around in the neighborhood houses and shoot Ollie before he gets hold of Daisy.

The game screen looks a bit like a maze with houses all over the screen, they contain the parts you need but some of them will contain bombs which you have to drop in the bomb pit. Also going into a house you already went into will also place a bomb on you which you have to get rid of. Luckily you have a run bar and button which you can use to quickly run to the pit. The pit is also usefull for Sneaky Pete who will occasionally come out of the pit and push the start button which will make your contraption fall apart. He's harmless otherwise but more of a nuisance. The contraption has to be build before Daisy runs out of time otherwise you will lose a life but you can begin with the parts you already collected. Later levels will introduce Fuzzy Wuzzy (nice name) who runs around the neigborhood and can take you out with a mere touch so be carefull of him.

Blueprint is one of those games from the old time, each level consists of a single screen and the objective couldn't be simpler. Build the machine before time runs out and save the girl, once you do go to the next level and do it all over again. The game also shows the weird imagination that came with early games as you can see from the names like Ollie Ogre and Fuzzy Wuzzy given to the monsters in the game. The game is very simple and it probably won't last you very long but being a monumental game in my early gaming life I just had to add it to the site. Give it a try if you're feeling nostalgic.

Overal rating: 7/10

Erde Kaiser

This game was released for several different systems here are some notes:
Atari 2600 Released in 1983.
The machine has to be build from bottom to top which is rather annoying, you even have to place back parts in the correct house.
Atari 5200 Released in 1983.
This is a lot like the C64 version.
C64 Released in 1983.
One of the few games I know of that were released as a cardridge, which is the one I had.

Date added Nov-23-2007 13:14
Name Blueprint
Developer Bally Midway
Publisher Commodore
First released 1983
Genre Action
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Commodore 64, filesize: 13 Kb
Manual Download manual , filesize: 671 Kb
This is the scanned manual for the Atari 5200.
Solve / Docs No solve available
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