Trivia:Until release of the floppy-disk based Spectrum +3 in 1987, Level 9's Spectrum games were only released on cassette in text-only form. Later titles were released on both cassette and disk, but the disk versions also came with a utility called Upgrade, which could be used to create a text-and-graphics +3 version, by converting the Amstrad version into something the Spectrum's OS could understand.
Contributed on Jun 03, 2014 by Martin Smith (62806)
Contact Address (1988):
Level 9 Computing,
PO Box 39,
AVON BS24 9UR
Contributed on Nov 28, 2007 by POMAH (41450)