BBC Micro - 1988
Also available on: Electron
Description of Repton Infinity
1988, the year Repton Infinity was released on BBC Micro, as well as Electron. Published by Superior Software Ltd., this action game is available for free on this page.
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John Bernard Lambe 2021-02-14 1 point
Repton Infinity was the only Repton game to feature a script editor - enabling changing the behaviour of each item (as well as the map and graphics), thereby adding new elements to a Repton-like game, or making games very different to Repton.
The scripting language was limited (no support for subroutines, for example), you were very limited by memory for the size of the compiled code, and there was only 1 bit of unused state per map cell, for user code, but you could still do a lot with it and practically create quite different games.
As far as I know, it was never ported to other platforms.
When using Repton Infinity in a BBC Micro emulator, it is efficient to set up the two discs (one in each drive), load the menu, set the Drive to 1, then save the state of the VM, so that you can return to that position.
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