In 1990, Zoltán Gonda, with no background of game making, had a burst of idea, based on his experiences with interplay games that he should make his own asap.He looked for a programmer  (andrás) in the local computer club and utilized his childhood friend (csaba) for the graphics job.
Development was extremely difficult on many levels and took 4 years to finish the original version. It was released in dec. 1994 by "Valhalla Páholy" in the hungarian language. The game sold slightly more than 1500 copies which was a huge success at that time, although it never paid off financially.
2 years before the release, british publisher Grand Slam took interest in the game offering a joint venture. Alas, the game wasn't finished in time and Grand Slam along with Commodore ceased to exist.