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 Space Taxi

release year
 1984
developer
 Muse Software
publisher
 Muse Software
category
 Action
genre / theme
 sci-fi
platform
 Commodore 64
Space Taxi is an action game simulates a flying taxi. It was written by John F. Kutcher for the Commodore 64 and published by MUSE Software. The game is famous for featuring sampled speech uncommon in the early 1980s. The speech samples include `Hey taxi!`, `Pad one please`, `Thanks` or `Up please`. There are 24 different levels, all in sequential order, and the player has to complete all of them. Piloting a Space Taxi, player must pick up passengers from "pads" and carry them to whatever other pads they wish to go...
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