This broke the mould of ZX81 graphics by introducing hi-res. The miner looked like a stick freak and the rats looked like, er, well, rats. A bit like an early boulderdash clone featuring the usual underground fun like knocking out the wooden supports and dropping boulders down shafts. Perhaps this would have been better if dropped down a shaft too. Another of the ZX81s best. Run around the.
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Spectrum Games Ltd: Paul Owens: 1983 Bear Bovver: Artic Computing: Jon Ritman, Guy Stevens: 1983 Cosmic Debris: Artic Computing: Jon Ritman: 1983 Dimension Destructors: Artic Computing: Jon Ritman: 1983 Morris Meets the Bikers: Automata UK: Stephen N. Curtis: 1983 My Name Is Uncle Groucho, You Win A Fat Cigar: Automata UK: Mel Croucher, Christian Penfold: 1983 Barmy Burgers: Blaby Computer.Gameplay from Sinclair ZX81 games. Very rough and ready pick up and play videos, shot in one take, and definitely not to be considered reviews.Sinclair User, often abbreviated SU, was a magazine dedicated to the Sinclair Research range of home computers, most specifically the ZX Spectrum. Initially published by ECC Publications, and later EMAP, it was published in the UK between 1982 and 1993, and was the longest running Sinclair-based.
ZX81 Games The following is a list of ZX81 Games in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other games may have been published. If you have any games or software that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page. There are 94 ZX81 Games in our collection: Order By: Title - Release Date - Publisher: Date: 1981 10 Games.
With so many maze games featuring dollar signs being chased by asterisks, the huge sprites of Mazogs (created by the Sinclair’s Sugar Cube Graphics) certainly left an impression on people. Luckily the game was just as good as its visuals, and many ZX81 owners will, no doubt, fondly remember hurtling through the huge mazes, picking up treasures and using their sword to battle the evil Mazogs.
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The ZX81 was released in North America as the Timex-Sinclair 1000, and marketed by Timex. A TS-1500 was a TS-1000 with 16K of RAM built in. Over a million ZX81's and TS-1000s were sold worldwide. Q: Where can I get the latest information about the ZX81? A: Read the newsgroup comp.sys.sinclair. It's mainly about the ZX Spectrum, but quite a lot.
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The top Amiga games 10-1. But if you want Spectrum games, you've come to the right place. So, without further ado, here's out pick of the 10 best games ever written for Sir Clive Sinclair's ZX.
Some ZX81 games achieved lasting fame, such as 3D Monster Maze, a tense first-person perspective game that involved the player escaping a labyrinth with a Tyrannosaurus rex in pursuit. Written in a combination of BASIC and machine code, its innovative design led it to be hailed as the first home computer 3D game and a landmark in the history of computer and video games.