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PHM Pegasus (ZX Spectrum)

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PHM Pegasus is a combination simulation and action game. You control a naval hydrofoil missile boat, and need to complete a variety of different missions. Some of the missions include destroying all enemy vessels in a given area, surveillance requiring you to identify the location of enemy ships (without sinking them!), or to escort a supply ship through hostile territory. As missions are successfully completed you earn points based on how successful the mission was, and with increasing points you can advance in rank, from deck mopper up to admiral. Your performance on one mission won't have an affect on future ones, and you can choose to play missions out of order as well. Several missions include other craft you can control to help out (both ships and helicopters). A time compression mode is included, which can be used to reduce the amount of time waiting to arrive at a destination, or even left on to make the action sequences more challenging.


PHM Pegasus ZX Spectrum This is the game's main menu. Most of the game screen shots come from the demo mode
PHM Pegasus ZX Spectrum Not everything works all the time. 
Here Pegasus has a weapon misfire.
PHM Pegasus ZX Spectrum Battle training mode : There is an autopilot option that can be engaged
PHM Pegasus ZX Spectrum Ships are firing now. The target ship comes up in the binocular view. The arrow at the side indicates which way to turn to fire at the target

Alternate Titles

  • "PHM Pegasus: Patrol Hydrofoil Missile Craft Simulation" -- Tag-lined title
  • "P.H.M. Pegasus" -- Alternate spelling

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ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) Nov, 1987 4.6 out of 12 38


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  • ACE
    • October 1988 (issue #13) - Included in the Top-100 list of 1987/1988 (editorial staff selection)

Martin Smith (63001) added PHM Pegasus (ZX Spectrum) on Nov 10, 2005
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