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Mirrorsoft Ltd
1987
Arcade: Shoot-em-up
£7.95
English
ZX Spectrum 48K
Unspecified custom loader

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Chris Bourne

Spectrum, £7.95cs

Humour's a tricky area for programmers, but New Zealand duo Binary Innovations were spot on with the visual gags in this vertical scroller. As you blast and bomb your way through swarms of light bulbs, coins, pizzas and 6502 central processors. You'll also be struck by the care and attention they've put into the gameplay. You'll need nerves of steel to pick your way through the hail of slow-moving enemy bullets, and split-second timing to destroy the volcanic end-of-level fortresses. Satisfyingly mindless destruction this is not: you'll need your brain in gear right from the word go. As for the distinctive black and white graphics, these might not appeal to Light Force fans but they're effective and witty.

Not Rated

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