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|DOS||February 21, 1992|
- Also known as Electro Body
- The game was officially made freeware on June 25, 2006
- miasik.net - Developer's blog (translated)
|Retail|| The original Polish release uses game manual for copy protection. DRM was removed in subsequent releases.
The game was also sold as part of the Epic Puzzle Pack, together with Heartlight and Robbo.
|Official website||Freeware release officially hosted at RGB Classic Games.|
- Electro Body is the original 1992 Polish release. The retail box included an audio cassette with the game's soundtrack. A "Deluxe" version was also available, bundled with a Covox external DAC. The game was re-released in 2014 by IQ Publishing in a limited digipack "Collector's Edition", including CD-audio soundtrack.
- Electroman / Electro Man is the international 1993 release. This version has different, slightly updated graphics. It was also re-released in Poland under the original title.
Configuration file(s) location
Save game data location
- No save game cloud syncing information; you can to add it.
|4K Ultra HD|
|Field of view (FOV)|
|Windowed||Toggle with Alt+↵ Enter (when using DOSBox).|
|Borderless fullscreen windowed||See the glossary page for potential workarounds.|
|Anisotropic filtering (AF)|
|Vertical sync (Vsync)|
|60 FPS and 120+ FPS||18 fps frame rate cap.|
|Keyboard and mouse||State||Notes|
|Remapping||For DOSBox use the DOSBox Mapper (see the glossary page for other workarounds).|
|Mouse sensitivity||For DOSBox set in the DOSBox configuration file.|
|Mouse input in menus|
|Mouse Y-axis inversion|
|Full controller support|
|Controller remapping||For DOSBox use the DOSBox Mapper (see the glossary page for other workarounds).|
|Controller Y-axis inversion|
|Separate volume controls||Sound effects can be toggled with F7.|
|Mute on focus lost|
|Polish||Released as Electro Body.|
|DOS video modes||VGA||The original release (Electro Body) also supports Hercules, CGA and EGA.|
- No middleware information; you can to add it.
- Open-source Windows-native remake/port written in BlitzMax. Includes a level editor.
- Unfinished Python port by the original developer. Source code is available.
|Operating system (OS)||3.0|
|System memory (RAM)||640 K|
|Hard disk drive (HDD)|
|Video card (GPU)||VGA|