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Fast and furious ZX Spectrum piltdown_man (118669)

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ZX Spectrum 5 2.7
Combined User Score 5 2.7


Critic Reviews

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100
VIC-20Home Computing Weekly (Jun 07, 1983)
If you like arcade games, buy Arcadia, you won't be disappointed.
85
VIC-20Retro Gamer (Feb, 2006)
An addictive, fast-paced Space Invaders clone (featuring the evil Atarian Empire) was just what the home computing scene needed. Anyone who had ‘ummed’ and ‘ahhed’ about buying a computer was reassured that they’d made the right choice. The Spectrum and the Vic 20 became serious contenders overnight, all thanks to Imagine.
85
ZX SpectrumRetro Gamer (Feb, 2006)
An addictive, fast-paced Space Invaders clone (featuring the evil Atarian Empire) was just what the home computing scene needed. Anyone who had ‘ummed’ and ‘ahhed’ about buying a computer was reassured that they’d made the right choice. The Spectrum and the Vic 20 became serious contenders overnight, all thanks to Imagine.
50
Commodore 64Computer and Video Games (CVG) (Jan, 1984)
Arcadia 64 is a very average game typical of games produced a year ago but not up to the standard demanded by today's computer owners.
 
ZX SpectrumCrash! (Feb, 1984)
Generally considered to be the best shoot ’em up game around. Aliens come in droves from the right, each wave more suicidal than the last. Continuous fire and thrust (to half the screen height only) with good keyboard positions. Excellent hi-res smooth graphics. Joystick: Kempston (and softlink II) or Fuller. Addictive and difficult to master.