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Martech Games Ltd
1988
Arcade: Vehicle Combat
£8.99
English
ZX Spectrum 48K/128K
Multiple schemes (see individual downloads)

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Andy Smith
Chris Bourne

Martech blow a gasket.

The spate of car driving shoot-em-ups continues. In this one your car's viewed from above and you're driving around a track that's hanging in space. The idea is to complete a race and destroy a set number of other competitors, all within a time limit. Succeed and you'll be able to buy yourself some add-ons that may make your life a little easier.

Every third race is a game of tag, where you have to avoid being bumped by the car that's "it". Keep completing the races and you'll start to earn the kind of money that allows you to buy the fastest cars and better weapons - which you'll need if you're going to destroy the ever increasing target number of competitors each race.

Sadly, The Fury's got very little going for it. The concepts old hat, the graphics are poor and it doesn't take long to get bored with the game.

Reviewer: Andy Smith

RELEASE BOX
Spec, £8.99cs, £14.99dk, Out Now
Amstrad, £9.99cs, £14.99dk, Out Now
C64/128, £9.99cs, £12.99dk, Imminent

Predicted Interest Curve

1 min: 60/100
1 hour: 65/100
1 day: 30/100
1 week: 10/100
1 month: 0/100
1 year: 0/100

321/1000