Z-Tack Reviews (Atari 2600)
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TeleMatch (Jul, 1983)
Ich gestehe gerne ein, daß es einige Unterschiede (von Verbesserungen kann nicht die Rede sein) gibt. Doch wieder mal stellt man sich die Frage: Warum werden neuerdings überwiegend Varianten von Varianten von Varianten gebracht? - Was bleibt ist ein relativ preiswertes Ballerspiel.
Woodgrain Wonderland (Feb 25, 2019)
So when I opened up the ROM for Z-Tack and contemplated its graphics – sitting there looking like the blocky, illegitimate child of Gravitar and Atlantis – I knew I wasn’t going to like this game. And I didn’t, at first. But continued plays slowly started to win me over and by the time I attempted the advanced difficulty variation, I was hooked. Despite its extreme rarity (rarely a good sign) and its release by an uber-obscure third-party developer, Z-Tack is a game that would have been right at home in any arcade during coin-ops’ peak from 1980-82 (although it wasn’t as far as I know).
8-bit Central Retro Gaming (2014)
Z-Tack tries to be original with it's top-shooter model and 4-way firing, but the overall premise of the game doesn't allow these elements to culminate in an enjoyable game.
Digital Press - Classic Video Games (Dec 10, 2003)
There is one positive point, besides the fact that the game is OK for those first six waves or so: the sound of the incoming missile is truly alarming. How often has a 2600 game gotten YOUR attention? Don't fret over not owning Z-Tack (I can't find it either, my copy is on the TV Boy system) - it's really not the kind you'd play with anyway.