Darius+ is a conversion of Taito's two-dimensional horizontally scrolling arcade shoot 'em up Darius for western homecomputers. It was developped by Softek International Ltd. and published by The Edge for Amiga, Atari ST and ZX Spectrum. A version for the Commodore 64 was probably planned but never released as mentioned on GTW 64!. A fanmade version for the Sharp X68000 (which only consists of ZoneA/Stage1 including a boss fight with King Fossil) is existing too.
While the original arcade cabinet has a game's screen that is three times wider than conventional size(by using three monitors - with the center monitor facing forward and the outer two pointing up) this port of the game was only designed for a single screen.
|CU Amiga-64||12/1989||81||Amiga||81 out 100||81 ||Mark Patterson||English|
|Computer + Video Games||01/1990||92||Amiga||79 out of 100||79 ||Paul Glancey||English|
|Generation 4||01/1990||22||Amiga, Atari ST||77 out 100||77 ||-||French|
|Tilt||03/1990||82||Amiga||15 out of 20||75 ||-||French|
|Your Sinclair||05/1990||40||ZX Spectrum||75 out of 100||75 ||-||English|
|Amiga Joker||01/1990||58||Amiga||74 out of 100||74 ||Uwe Rönitz||German|
|ACE: Advanced Computer Entertainment||02/1990||50||Atari ST||725 out of 1000||73||-||English|
|The Games Machine||01/1990||77||Atari ST||70 out of 100||70 ||-||English|
|Amiga Computing||03/1990||40||Amiga||69 out of 100||69 ||Duncan Evans||English|
|Amiga Action||02/1990||84||Amiga||68 out of 100||68 ||Steve Merrett, Doug Johns||English|
|ST Action||01/1990||78||Atari ST||62 out of 100||62 ||-||English|
|ASM (Aktueller Software Markt)||01/1990||39||Atari ST||6.4 out of 12||53 ||Michael Suck||German|
|Datormagazin||01/1990||11||Amiga||4 out of 10||40 ||Tomas Hybner||Swedish|