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Godzilla And The Martians
Godzilla & the Martians
Developed by
Neil Streeter
Published by
Temptation Software Ltd. (United Kingdom)
Platforms
ZX Spectrum 16K/48K
Languages
English
Genres
Platformer
Leap over Martian invaders — scale ladders — jump the man traps — rescue “the girl of your dreams” — oxygen pollution and time limited — for SUPERHUMANS only „ 

— Quick summary from the cassette inlay

Godzilla & the Martians is a 1984*[1][2] platformer video game for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum developed by Neil Streeter of Temptation Software Ltd.


Description

"The Martians have invaded, destroying the molecular structure of earth's atmosphere to make it compatible with their own planet. “The girl of your dreams” is trapped at the top of a building site but for the moment protected from the evil invaders by a friendly Dinosaur!

"You must rescue her before the oxygen is totally absorbed. Martians kill, so do the man traps which you must leap — SUPERHUMANS only can play this game."

Gameplay

Controls

There are a total of 5 different moves that can be performed in Godzilla and the Martians.

Key Move
1 Jump to the left. Hold down to do a continuous string of jumps.
0 Jump to the right. Hold down to do a continuous string of jumps.
7 Go up (escalators).
5 Move to the left.
8 Move to the right. Hold down to continue moving.

Specifics

The player takes control of a man, and has the objective of reaching the girl at the top of the building site. To do this, the player must navigate through the level by jumping over the martians as well as the man traps (holes) when they're in the space closest to the player. Points are rewarded whenever an escalator is climbed as well as when a level is finished, with bonus points being given depending on how much oxygen is left. If the oxygen starts flashing red, it is impossible to complete the level successfully. The point of the game is to get a high score—one hit, and it's game over.

Godzilla's role in the game is entirely aesthetic.

GodzillaAndTheMartians Level 1 Map

Map of the level. Green indicates spots where the player should jump. Red indicates spots wherein if the player jumps, death is guaranteed. Cyan indicates safe spots where the martians can't reach. Yellow indicates winning spot. Note: The player should be aware of martians when jumping and try to wait for a more suitable time to jump.

Appearances

Gallery

Videos

GODZILLA & THE MARTIANS (ZX Spectrum 16K 48K) Gameplay07:07

GODZILLA & THE MARTIANS (ZX Spectrum 16K 48K) Gameplay

External Links

References

Games
Godzilla video games
1980s Godzilla (Commodore 64)Godzilla and the MartiansGodzilla vs. 3 Giant MonstersFierce Dragon Godzilla: Metropolis Destruction!!Gojira-kunMonster's FairThe Movie Monster GameGodzilla: Monster of MonstersGodzilla (Commodore Plus/4)
1990s Godzilla (Gameboy)Godzilla 2: War of the MonstersBattle Soccer: Champion of the FieldGodzilla, King of the Monsters (Gameboy)Godzilla (PC-9801)Godzilla (Arcade)Super GodzillaGodzilla Wars Jr.Godzilla: Battle LegendsGodzilla: Great Monster BattleGodzilla: The Atomar NightmareGodzilla: Giant Monster MarchGodzilla: Heart-Pounding Monster Island!!Godzilla: Archipelago ShockGodzilla Movie Studio TourG-Patrol VR: Combat SimulatorGodzilla (Pinball)Godzilla: OnlineGodzilla: Trading BattleGodzilla GenerationsGodzilla Generations: Maximum ImpactGodzilla: The Series
2000s Godzilla: The Series - Monster WarsGodzilla: Destroy All Monsters MeleeGodzilla: Domination!Godzilla: Save the EarthCR Godzilla 3S-T BattleGodzilla: UnleashedGodzilla Unleashed: Double SmashGodzilla: Pachislot WarsGodzilla: Monster Mayhem (3D)Godzilla: Monster Mayhem (2D)
2010s CR Godzilla: Descent of the Destruction GodGodzilla On Monster IslandGodzilla 60thGodzilla: Smash3Godzilla: Strike ZoneGodzilla: Crisis DefenseMonster StrikeGodzilla (2014 video game)Godzilla: Kaiju CollectionCity Shrouded in ShadowShin Godzilla (PlayStation 4 VR Demo)
Gamera video games
1990s Gamera: Guardian of the UniverseGamera: Gyaos Destruction StrategyGamera: 2000
2000s CR GameraGamera: BattleMonster Gear
King Kong video games
1980s King Kong 2: Furious Megaton Punch
Miscellaneous titles
1990s Kaijuland BattlesThe Fall of Nemesis: Clash of the Kaijujin
Unreleased titles
1990s Rodan (NES)Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters
Board and card games
1970s PachimonGodzilla Game
1990s Godzilla (1998 board game)
2000s Godzilla: Kaiju World WarsGodzilla: Stomp!Battle Spirits