Submarine Commander

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Comments (7)
Colin - 07/05/2020
Best Simulator Atari Game ever
adam242 - 05/03/2020
An underrated classic. I played this one a TON as a kid. A slower-paced Star Raiders, in my opinion!
adam242 - 05/03/2020
An underrated classic. I played this a TON as a kid... A slower-paced Star Raiders in my opinion.
Jomar Machado - 07/11/2008
Amazing Game...I've stayed in the bottom of the sea, totally in silence and waiting to hear the enemy convoy blades sounding...those were the days.... :)
s h - 21/10/2008
had this back in1983 on my old atari 800. I too played it for hours. pity I haven't got a joystick for my mac.
Bill T - 15/10/2007
Awesome game, totally immersive. (No pun intended.) Navigating the sea, chasing down ships at your own pace, working out the best strategies, dealing with hull damage, and the inevitable death of your submarine (could this game be beaten? I never did...) And all with graphics about less advanced than 2600's "Air Sea Battle." Classic.
800XL MEMORIES - 25/09/2007
Used to play this for hours-loved it

Information

GenreSimulation - SeaYear1985
LanguageMachine LanguagePublisherCreative Sparks
ControlsJoystick, KeyboardDeveloper
Players1CountryUnited Kingdom
Programmer(s)

Lock, Dean M.

LicenseCommercial
Graphic Artist(s)MediumTape
SoundRarity
Cover Artist(s)Serial
DumpMISSING

Additional Comments

Other versions with the same title:


Thorn EMI (UK), Sparklers.

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Catalogs

Submarine Commander Atari catalog

Book / Magazine Reviews

 Electronic Fun · January, 1983Rating: 4/4 


You're the commander of a World War II submarine on patrol in the Mediterranean and there are enemy convoys at all points of the compass. Your job is to sink as much enemy shipping as possible while keeping your sub intact. This is no fast-paced shoot-em-up. You're really in a sub with all of its problems and limitations-batteries that need recharging, an air supply that needs to be replenished... [more]


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