Bubble Escape

A maze-runner game by Chris Pressey, Cat's Eye Technologies, ca 1988

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Bubble Escape is a video game written for the Commodore 64 where the player must guide a bubble through a multi-screen maze. It was originally designed and implemented in Commodore BASIC 2.0 in the mid-80's, and rewritten in 6502 assembly language in the late 00's. The assembly version was pared down so that (crunched) it fit into 2K, christened "Bubble Escape 2K", and submitted to the Mini Game Compo 2009 where it won first place in its class.

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Defined by

Bubble Escape (BASIC) in the Bubble Escape distribution

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