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B.C. Bill is a collect-em-up about the daily struggles of our ancestors. As the caveman Bill, you must compete with other contemporary species, such as the dinosaurs, to collect food. Whack the food with your club and drag the food back to your cave before a dinosaur eats it – or you. But food alone is not enough for survival, you must also hunt cave-wives to secure your offspring. The procedure is the same here: hit the women with your club before they're eaten by a dinosaur, and drag them by their hair back to the cave. Your score is calculated according to how many seasons you've survived, how many wives and how much offspring you have.


B.C. Bill ZX Spectrum Control selection
B.C. Bill Dragon 32/64 Loading screen 2
B.C. Bill Commodore 64 Even the high scores are not safe by the "Stretcher Cavemen"
B.C. Bill ZX Spectrum There's no food, so the kids are running away

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Computer and Video Games (CVG) Commodore 64 Jun, 1984 8 out of 10 80
Retro Gamer ZX Spectrum Feb, 2006 50 out of 100 50
MicroHobby ZX Spectrum Dec 04, 1984 Unscored Unscored


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