I played this game probably in the late 80ies-mid 90ies. It was a Puzzle-Action PC-game with an isometric perspective and took place in a skyscraper. There were different levels of AI (i think they looked like blobs in different shapes and the most advanced one looked like a human). The AI had taken over the building and you were trying to find a way up (or down). It came out with veeery little fanfare, but I remembeR reading a very positive review on it.
I haven't even played it but I wished it would either fully embrace that it is a videogame that does not need hollow story reasons for you to shoot aliens or have a story it commits to. From what I saw in the quick look, it surely is fun to play, but it feels less like a bold vision than a combination of things put together with the purpose of making money. Hope that made sense.
Although I really don't like the way the FIFA is running things, i am looking forward to the matches. I'd like to see an African team win it, Germany played Cameroon the other day and they looked quite strong. Of course, I will also be rooting for Germany, since I live here. It's a shame about Reus.