Far, far away from planet earth in another galaxy there is a planet called
"Terror" where the Wizard of Terror is up to his tricks. He built a mighty
empire and created a new species of monsters never seen in the universe
before. Those monsters, formed to an army of darkness, are unfeeling,
unscrupulous and willing to kill for their master. With this army the mad
wizard is about to extinguish all humanity.
Our four heroes discovered the subterranean headquarter of the Wizard of
Terror and his evil army, before he could execute his crazy plan.
Now it is your turn to defeat the army of darkness and the Wizard or
gameplay video (played by SarahKreuz78)
gameplay video (played by hipoonios)
did you know...
You can touch the back of a monster if you walk behind
it. There is a hidden sample if you do it with a male player.
Some guys sent us foreign candies and chocolate. Starfox was not brave
enough to eat it, because it looked like a car drove over it. Zeronine was the
champ and swallowed the chocolate! It tasted like cherry...
Monsters of Terror has been created 1995 in 3 sunny days on an i386 DOS PC,
based on the Tubular Worlds game core in x86 assembler. After that it was
converted to 68k assembler, based on the Amiga Tubular Worlds game core. That
took 3 weeks...
The DOS Version of Monsters had adlib music, highscores, quite some bugs
and has never been released.
There is a known "feature" in the computer player AI. Do you know why
the computer players walk to left and right only in some levels? Yes, you know?
Please mail the author why they do so!
Monsters can only be played by joystick. (and utilizes the 4 player adapter)
Rumor has it that one of the female "ahhhh"-voices was caused by a
picture of a spider...
Starfox's voice was too terrible to be included in the game.
The name "Monsters of Terror" was adapted from a game called "Toilets of
Terror", but this is a secret!
There was a german review of the game in an Amiga Joker magazine back in
Starfox was working on a GBA Version of Monsters of Terror, but it hasn't
been finished because his GBA did not return for over 12 month from a "company"
that wanted to include display light in it.
Copyright & Disclaimer: This game is freeware. It may be
freely copied if no modifications are made with the entire package! Any
commercial distribution is strictly forbidden. There is no warranty or other
guarantee of fitness of this software for any purpose. It is provided solely