You infiltrate a hi-tech building (a set of 8 towers) in order to take down Dr. Elvin Atombender (a psychotic genius, found on the previous game). Your main objective is to find six passwords (tunes), which form a music theme! Each tune must be record in your tape-recorder in an order that will give the final theme. Be noted to rewind the tape so that the next musical piece will not erase the previous! That's a brilliant idea, that adds to the gameplay difficulty!
Each tower consists of several rooms connected by two vertical corridors with elevators and two horizontal corridors leading to other towers. The corridors leading between different towers are locked, and can only be unlocked by figuring out a numerical puzzle. At each room, you have to uncover clues in the without being zapped by several robots roaming. Those bots are really aggressive, some will try to push the you over the edge of a platform, some lays deadly land mines on the floor etc. Apart of bots hungry for your blood, some other will just change your plan on getting to the evidences by riding around on the lifts, making for you almost impossible (!) to go to the next platform! Evidences may give you access points to use in scattered computer terminals, making it possible to disarm robots, activate moving platforms/lift etc.
The game does not give a set of lives, rather than a tight time limit (of 8 hours) which decreases steadily (every time that you die, 5 minutes will be taken off of the timer!)
The game is a true challenging platform with some fairly puzzle elements thrown!
Graphics and sound effects are rather poor and reminding the old, original Impossible Mission (1984). The PC (MS-DOS) versions runs on either EGA (up to 16-volors) or CGA (up to 4 colors) graphics modes without having any differences in detail. But what is really impressive is your little agent's moves which are superbly animated. The graphics are a treat with pretty hues of ...pink and purple (!) providing the backdrops plus the complex network of corridors and rooms to explore.