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Description

The Seiddab (look at it twice and you'll get the joke) are on the rampage on the planet, and you have been sent out to stop them in your trusty tank. With a full 3D view, you must first take them on in the cities, shooting 10 down to face the leading man. A scanner is provided to give you a view of which streets the Seiddab lurk on, allowing you to steer left and right to reach them, as well as adjusting your sights to take them down.

Once cleared, you move onto an open-plan countryside area, with more units coming towards you, and they now drop bombs towards you, putting your 3 lives at a greater premium.

Screenshots

3D Seiddab Attack ZX Spectrum Task Force Leader blown away I.
3D Seiddab Attack ZX Spectrum Impact explosion.
3D Seiddab Attack ZX Spectrum Fire blast fire away
3D Seiddab Attack Dragon 32/64 Invasion repelled

Promo Images

3D Seiddab Attack Concept Art "From War Of The Worlds, the original title of Sieddab Attack released on the Spectrum and Dragon 32".
3D Seiddab Attack Concept Art "From War Of The Worlds, the original title of Sieddab Attack released on the Spectrum and Dragon 32".

Alternate Titles

  • "War Of The Worlds" -- Original title
  • "Sieddab Attack" -- ZX Spectrum in-game title
  • "Seiddab Attack" -- Dragon 32/64 in-game title

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Critic Reviews

Popular Computing Weekly ZX Spectrum Mar 01, 1984 10 out of 10 100
Your Spectrum ZX Spectrum Jun, 1984 8 out of 10 80
Home Computing Weekly ZX Spectrum Jan 31, 1984 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80
Crash! ZX Spectrum Apr, 1984 79 out of 100 79
Micro 7 Dragon 32/64 Jun, 1984 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 67
Sinclair User ZX Spectrum Mar, 1984 5 out of 10 50

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Trivia

Behind The Scenes

The game was assembled by hand into hex code, and its original title was War Of the Worlds until Hewson received a phone call from an U.S. lawyer threatening legal action - as Jeff Wayne's War Of The Worlds album had the same name.

The game took 3 months to code, and the only development kit was a Spectrum, a television and a ZX printer. Steve got the idea in a dream. He dreamt he saw the game at a games show. It was the second game in Steve's Seiddab trilogy. The name "Seiddab" was made up by Andrew Hewson's brother Gordon Hewson, who used to act as games producer in the early days of Hewson.

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