Spy Master is an action and adventure game, released in Poland in 1994. The game was published by L.K. Avalon and runs on the DOS platform.
Spy Master is an arcade shooter game. The main protagonist in the game is Charles Cat who is a CIA agent tasked with flushing out the Neo-Nazis
hiding in the Andes. Charles Cat also appears in another similar game of the genre called Saper. The player takes control of Charles and operates
a chopper to get an ariel view of the area. The player uses a map to find out the suspected hiding places of the nazis, which he needs to destroy.
On reaching his destination, the player exits his chopper and scours the land on foot. The controls are simple, the player can only shoot, climb
and jump. Apart from guns, the player also has access to explosives which he can use to blow up enemy tanks and hostile armies.
The game has three levels, where the background graphics change from a jungle theme to a secret underground base and finally into a nazi laboratory
where many secret experiments are still being carried out. It is a platform game where the player needs to jump and skip into different platforms
to progress in the game. Apart from enemies and their vehicles, the player can also destroy some natural elements like rocks and boulders to make his
route easier. The goal is to kill as many enemy soldiers as possible, while safeguarding himself from enemy bullets or falling prey to natural elements.
The player gets a side-view perspective in the game.
Founded in 1989, L. K. Avalon (short for Laboratorium Kompterowe Avalon) was one of the leading Polish game companies at the times of the 8-bit platforms - at the peak of the Atari XL/XE generation especially. They published (and developed) a lot of notable games in almost all genres, including advanced releases such as the original A.D. 2044: Seksmisja, Klątwa (Curse) and Władcy Ciemności (Lords of Darkness) point-and-click adventure games.
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