History of Action Reflex
Action Reflex is a platformer published by Mirrorsoft in 1986 for the ZX Spectrum.
We'll need cat-like reflexes to guide our bouncy ball through a series of intricate mazes, with obstacles designed to push our skills to the limit. We'll have to fly over walls and corners while overcoming seemingly insurmountable watery areas, as the timer won't stop for anything.
How to play Action Reflex
The objective is to clear all the skill levels, each consisting of a maze that must be completed within a time limit. Each time our ball is destroyed, the remaining time meter will further decrease in value. Combining the direction and bounce height keys will guide the ball's movements.
We will find obstacles such as springs or platforms, which we will have to overcome by bouncing and rolling with precision. Collecting points along the way allows us to obtain objects such as floats, hammers or keys, which will be essential to overcome certain elements, barriers or bathtubs full of water.
Action Reflex screenshots
Action Reflex Credits
- Programming: Christian F. Urquhart
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