Starquake

Starquake

Starquake

Plagiarism is the sincerest form of flattery.

On December 27th 2004 several satellites and telescopes from around the world detected an explosion on the surface of SGR 1806-20, a neutron star 50,000 light years away. The resulting flash of energy which lasted only a tenth of a second, released more energy than the Sun emits in 150,000 years. But that Starquake was a fart in whirlpool compared to Bubble Bus' superlative platform adventure namesake.

Back in the mid 80's Bubble Bus weren't the only software house trying to cash in on the enormous success of rivals Ultimate Play the Game. But when they released their zenith, Starquake, many an unobservant teen would have been taken in by its 'tribute' to the Ultimate style inlay artwork, loading screen and presentation.

But this is no cheap knockoff; it's a game that the Stamper brothers themselves would be proud of.

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On December 27th 2004 several satellites and telescopes from around the world detected an explosion on the surface of SGR 1806-20, a neutron star 50,000 light years away. The resulting flash of energy which lasted only a tenth of a second, released more energy than the Sun emits in 150,000 years. But that Starquake was a fart in whirlpool compared to Bubble Bus' superlative platform adventure namesake.