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Ocean Software Ltd
1992
Arcade: Action
£11.99
English
ZX Spectrum 128K
Multiple schemes (see individual downloads)

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Mark Patterson
Chris Bourne

ROBOCOP 3
LABEL: Ocean
MEMORY: 48k/128K
Price: TAPE £11.99 DISK £14.99

There are five levels in the game, the first of which is a simple shoot against the drug crazed splatter-punks. On level two there are corporate warriors and even more splatter-punks to contend with. The difficulty increases with each level, leading to a final showdown with the Otoma Nina Robots!

The graphics on Robocop are all mono but having said that the animation is of a very high standard indeed. Robocop 3 had a lot to live up to, Robocop 1 spent an incredible six months at the top of the official Gallup sales chart. It does, however, measure up quite well to its predecessors and makes for a very exciting and engaging game. If a little samey.

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