Squish'em Featuring Sam

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ColecoVision is mapped to use the number keypad on a full keyboard. If you don't have access to a keypad, you can press the TAB key and there is a menu that has options to change settings including remapping the keys. The default key mapping is in the chart bellow:

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Squish'em is a computer game released in 1983 for Commodore VIC-20, Commodore 64, Atari 400, Atari 800 and Atari 1200XL and in 1984 for Colecovision. It was designed by Tony Ngo and published by Sirius Software. The Colecovision version features digitized speech without additional hardware.

The player controls a man climbing an high scaffold and avoiding enemy creatures or "squishing'em" where possible. While climbing, various objects fall from above, including hammers and TV sets. After reaching the top floor and grabbing a bag of money, the player parachutes himself down for another building.

No posted cheats for this game yet.
Game year: 
Interphase Technologies Inc.
Developed by: 
Sirius Software, Inc.
Squish 'em - ColecoVision Cover Art
Also known as: 
"スクィッシュゼム" -- Japanese title
"Squish 'em Sam!" -- ColecoVision in-game title
Squish 'em

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