A tongue in cheek adventure, as committed adventurers
will realise from the title. Planetfill is also titled Escape from
Dispozon and you are accompanied by Iggy, your long-suffering companion
droid. Iggy will explain one of the (many) opening scenarios from his
log such as - 'The Andromeda Doria was probably a fine starship once but
my master, Horkenfork, has been piloting her in circles for months. He
won't admit it, but he's not only short, he's very lost. We're now
orbiting about an unknown planet and, even as I record this, a large
mass of Interstellar debris is impending on our bow. Given his low
intelligence, it's unlikely that my master will notice it in time to
prevent a collision. Master Hobblefrog is quite an emotional specimen.
Screaming, gasping, clawing at the lifepod hatch, I got him inside
before he peeled off all the paint; we abandoned the Doria and commenced
planetfall. Things were progressing nicely when Master Huddlebad
suddenly came to, began yanking at the controls and gibbering things
like "Look out for that!". I managed to restrain him but the
damage was done. The planet is hurtling towards us. But Master Humblenod
was far from through. It wasn't enough that he put the pod into a power
dive. No, he had to pass out again. And this time on the eject button.
It wasn't a pleasant landing." So goes the opening scenario, or is
it? Next time you run the program things might be quite different. You
have to escape using traditional adventure commands but things get quite
difficult when the story keeps changing every time you play!