Kromazone (C64)

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Kromazone - C64.jpg
Platform: Commodore 64
Year: 1987
Developer: Mastertronic Limited

Kromazone is a space video game developed and published by Mastertronic and it was released in 1987.

The Kromazone is the elite training ground at the Terran Space Fleet Naval Academy. The fleet's best pilots are put through their paces here. Whoever wants to be a starfighter pilot and maybe one day fight against the Maranzar must survive the Kromazone.

Kromazone is a 3-D game where the action is viewed from the cockpit of a MantaRay fighter, which automatically flies forward. In the first level, the task is simply to evade flying balls. Only when this stage is over, the fighter's blasters are activated and the enemy can be shot at. The MantaRay can take a certain amount of hits before being destroyed, and the remaining number is displayed on the bottom of the screen.

The game can be played by two players taking turns, who can compete for a high score.


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The title screen.


During 2 minutes of loading, you can play Load-'n-Play (C64) and listen to a ripped Rob Hubbard song. Afterwards, the main menu appears. Julie Dunn did a good job composing the music.


# Title Composer Length Listen Download
01 Load-'n-Play Rob Hubbard 4:17
02 Theme Julie Dunn 2:20


(Source for programmers and foley artists: Code recognition. Source for Hubbard: Load-'n-Play (C64). Source for Dunn: Confirmed by game programmer Kevin Green to HVSC in 2012.)

Game Rip






Audio Devices

This game uses the computer's built-in SID chip and sounds the same on every one of them. Whether it was officially released in NTSC regions is not known.


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Kromazone - C64.jpg
Title: Kromazone
Platform: Commodore 64
Released: 1987-10-??
Publisher: Mastertronic Added Dimension