Bionicle VI: Island of Doom is a 1986 video game. It was developed by Edacra and released for the Atari 2600, Atari 7800, Nitrome II, Nitrome Enjoyment System, Nitrome Handtrome, Theorysonic Hyper-System, TS-OS 6, TS-UGOS E2, EK-DOS, MS-DOS, BBC Micro, Acorn Electron, ZX Spectrum, SAM Coupé, Commodore 64, and Nintendo Entertainment System.

LJN released most of the ports in the United States while Ermery Games published them in Eruowood and Bandai published them in Japan.


Pasi Peure said of the various versions:

I disliked most of the home computer versions. The BBC Micro and Acorn Electron versions were the same game, the ZX Spectrum version was an eyesore as usual for a Spectrum program, the SAM Coupe version was programmed like crap, and the Commodore 64 version drew Teridax as a satanic ventriloquist act. At least the programmers for the Nintendo version, and half the other versions, tried.
–when interviewed for the DVD of the film
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