VGA Boulders Cheats

The Sentinel, released in the United States as The Sentry, is a puzzle video game created by Geoff Crammond, published by Firebird in 1986 for the BBC Micro and converted to the C64 (by Crammond himself), Amstrad CPC (with a cross-compiler written by Crammond), ZX Spectrum (by Mike Follin), Atari ST, Amiga (both by Steve Bak) and PC (by Mark Roll), J2ME (by Momor Prods). It was among the first games to feature solid-filled 3D computer graphics on home computers. While it ran acceptably fast on 16-bit computers, it was slow on 8-bit machines such as the C64, where the next view took up to three seconds to be precomputed. Despite this, the game retained a dedicated base of fans, some of whom were able to modify their computers to enjoy it better (for example, by using a CMD SuperCPU in a standard 1-MHz 6502 Commodore 64 to achieve CPU clock speeds of 20 MHz). It won numerous awards upon release and has since appeared on several "best video games of all time" lists.
Cheat codes, console commands, secrets:
Level codes: (Shareware)
01. -- 08. TSR 15. JAJ
02. PLO 09. CAR 16. LAV
03. PR7 10. BOX 17. ANK
04. 1PL 11. AIR 18. E E
05. 3SA 12. TWO 19. HMS
06. 040 13. TOO 20. END
07. 041 14. IS2
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Game description

BBC Micro, Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum, Atari ST, Amiga, PC (DOS)
Game Developer:
Geoff Crammond
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Game Mode:
Single player
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