Developed by Michael A. Denio
Published by Michael A. Denio
User rating: 8.0 (1 vote)
Video review on Ancient DOS Games
Captain Comic was one of the first DOS platformers to gain popularity. The backgrounds are unusually detailed for EGA graphics, and the game is noted for being extremely large. Playing the galactic hero, Captain Comic, your mission is to recover three treasures from the planet Omsoc, which have been stolen by an alien race known as Tambians, and taken back to their planet. Your character can have up to five shots on the screen at a time, though he has a shot meter that can be used up, and recharges when he isn't shooting.
Review by DOSGuy
Complete version history:
|The Adventures of Captain Comic Revision 5 Shareware (105,437 bytes)||10 July 1991||DOS||Play online|
|The Adventures of Captain Comic Revision 4 Shareware (103,602 bytes)||20 October 1989||DOS|
|The Adventures of Captain Comic Revision 3 Shareware (102,751 bytes)||20 February 1989||DOS|
|The Adventures of Captain Comic Revision 2 Shareware (113,855 bytes)||28 November 1988||DOS|
|The Adventures of Captain Comic Revision 1 Shareware (102,237 bytes)||5 January 1988||DOS|
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