Glug Glug


Glug Glug was one of the first few games released by CRL who’s output would vary wildly as the years progressed. It was also dubbed “Jet Pac underwater” and was a pretty decent early effort. You play a deep-sea diver who is attached via an oxygen tube to a ship patrolling the surface.

The aim is to collect the various pieces of treasure scattered along the ocean bed whilst avoiding the local wildlife, which can also be eliminated thanks to a rather useful spear gun. There’s not a lot more to Glug Glug if I’m being totally honest; as you’d expect, the enemies’ numbers increases and the gameplay becomes more frantic, but there are no great innovations here. For 1984, it was polished and playable enough.

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