Saper (A8)

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Saper
Saper - A8 - Poland.jpg
Platform: Atari 8-bit
Year: 1991
Developer: Henryk Cygert

Saper is a relatively unknown game made by Henryk Cygert that was released for the Atari 8-bit family. It's similar to Sokoban or Chip's Challenge because you have a playing field which must be cleared using strategy and forethought. "Saper" is the Polish word for a minesweeper, and in the game you control a minesweeper who must quickly set off mines and take cover from their explosions, but you have to detonate the mines in such a way that you're given safe passage to the exit. Although it came quite late in the video game market (SNES and Genesis were already out), it's still a fun passive game to pass the time.

Screenshots

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The title screen.

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An early level.


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Music

Saper only has a single title track for music, but it's an interesting melody that sounds nice considering the quality of sound chip.

Recording

# Title Composer Length Listen Download
01 Saper Unknown 3:53
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Credits

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Game Rip

Format

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Ripping Atari 8-bit music is an arduous process that is beyond the scope of this site.

Releases

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Saper - A8 - Poland.jpg
Title: Saper
Platform: Atari 8-bit
Released: 1991-??-??
Publisher: LK Avalon

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