Oo-Topos disk images for Apple II *
Apple II Application
Oo-Topos disk images for C64 *
This game requires an interpreter program - refer to the game's documentation for details.
Oo-Topos app files for MS-DOS *
Reads from drive A or B only
MS-DOS Application
* Compressed with ZIP. Free Unzip tools are available for most systems at

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by Michael Berlyn, Muffy Berlyn, Raimund Redlich, and Brian Poff

Space Exploration

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About the Story

It's 1995 A.D., Earth time.

An Interstellar Transport carrying power transfusion waste collided with a meteor, scattering its contents towards Earth's Sun. The transfusion waste is so deadly that all life on Earth will be destroyed unless something is done to save it. But Earth, in a restricted travel zone, has neither the knowledge of nor the technology to cope with such a catastrophe.

Your mission is to deliver the chemical seeds of a protective compound that will render the waste harmless. Your destination is Observation Labport 5V, a seemingly lifeless planet just outside of Earth's Solar System. From there, the compound can be synthesized and secretly seeded into Earth's atmosphere.

During the otherwise routine voyage, however, your ship was ensnared by a tractor beam and forced to land on the planetoid Oo-Topos. Hostile aliens boarded your ship and threw you in a prison cell. You must escape and recover your ship with its valuable cargo. Life on Earth depends on you.

Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: Unknown
License: Former commercial
Development System: Comprehend
Baf's Guide ID: 847
IFID: Unknown
TUID: 5irzneiwxk4aqce5

Editorial Reviews

An oldie but a goodie
If you can appreciate the adventure game at its most primitive level, you'll enjoy "Oo-Topos."
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