1983
Arcade: Shoot-em-up
£5.95
English
ZX Spectrum 16K
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66
Chris Bourne

Producer: Hewson Consultants, 16K £5.95 (1)
Introducing a new race of aliens - the Seiddab (baddies spelt backwards), this game is a straightforward zap em which does not boast the complexities of a Star Trek game, but is at least to the point. The minute it starts the baddy Seiddies are there, etched against a realistic moving star background. Below, your instruments are easy to read, bar codes for fuel and speed, Twin lasers fire from the visible nose cone of your craft and are a satisfying effect. Line up the cross hairs on the enemy and fire away! The Seiddab craft are well drawn and move neatly in 3 dimensions, firing back when they want. There are refuelling points in space which you must reach in time before your power runs out. Positive movement and smooth graphics, quite good sound, joystick; AGF, Protek and Kempston. Overall CRASH rating 88%, recommended as good value M/C.