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Gamebusters
1989
Arcade: Action
£8.95
£2.99
English
ZX Spectrum 48K
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Chris Bourne

Spectrum, £9.95cs
Amstrad, £9.95cs, £14.95dk
C64/128, £9.95cs, £14.95dk
IBM PC, £19.95dk

Cooperation is a must if you hope to complete any of this Breakout clone's 64 screens. In two-player mode you'll get nowhere last if you try to compete with a friend because the action is fast and furious and a lost life affects the both of you. Cooperation is necessary simply because of the way the game is structured. When you're in two-player mode you and your friend can find yourselves each with two bats to control - this is not normally too much of a problem, except when you consider that control of the bats switches randomly between the players. Wacky fun that's best enjoyed by two.

Not Rated

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Traz - C64. Random bat switching will test your reactions to the full.