Driller (AMI)

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Driller - AMI.jpg
Platform: Amiga
Year: 1988
Developer: Incentive Software Ltd.
For another games with Freescape engine, see Freescape games.

Driller (aka Space Station Oblivion in USA, due to the copyright issues) is an early 3D shooter, where you are the space traveller. You have to save your station from full destruction, but remember, the time is limited!


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The loading screen.

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The start of the game.

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Gas tank.

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X marks the spot.

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Outside the building.

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You've lost the game.



The music was recorded from DX-Ball 2 (W32), because its audio driver plays MOD the way Amiga does. For that, one of the game's files has to be replaced by Driller's one.

# Title Composer Length Listen Download
01 Driller Matt Gray 9:12


  • Ripper: N/A
  • Recorder: M1911
  • Game Credits:

(Source: HVSC, Commodore 64 version with the same music)

Game Rip








The music was just recorded from the game, as exotica.org.uk lacks the rip.

Seiklus (W32) uses this song with the same sounding with MOD format, but it could have been just converted to MOD by Seiklus' authors. Also, it would be improbable to see the usage of MOD in licensed game the next year this format has appeared, so the original format is likely custom.

Audio Devices

The game use standard Commodore Amiga MOS Technology 8364 (PAULA) chip.


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Driller - AMI.jpg
Title: Driller
Platform: Amiga
Released: 1988-??-??
Publisher: Epyx, Inc.