Sam X is an adult puzzle game for the SAM Couper home computer, developed in 1992 by Supplement Software.
STORY / GAMEPLAY This is an adult puzzle game so your only goal in every level is to match the other players jewel sets in order to win. The row in which the jewel color changes is found in the middle column. Example: if the jewel is green then if you click on it will turn to purple and then (clicking again) it will turn to yellow and so on. Be careful because if you click on a yellow jewel (being the last one in the available row) it will instantly disappear.
GRAPHICS / SOUND The game features only one level of detail in every stage. The graphics are colorful but the most impressive part is the cartoon-ish girls with their anime style getting naked! The colors used on these characters are excellent and look quite impressive due to Sam's advanced color-palette. I also liked the game's sound that features an interesting in-game tune in every level (but no sound FX at all).
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CPU: ZiLOG Z80B @ 6 MHz MEMORY: 32 KB ROM, 256KB or 512KB RAM (up to 4.5MB externally added in 1MB packs) GRAPHICS: Palette of 128 colours. Supports 256x192 (16 colours), 512x192 (4 colours), 256x192 (2 colours) and Mode 1 at 256x192 matching the display and colors of the ZX Spectrum. Was possible to display all 128 colors on screen in static images. SOUND: Six channel, 8 octave stereo sound by Philips SAA 1099 chip.