Wizball Reviews (ZX Spectrum)
There are no reviews for the ZX Spectrum release of this game. You can use the links below to write your own review or read reviews for the other platforms of this game.
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Sinclair User (Oct, 1987)
Wizball is virtually flawless. It's addictive qualities, combined with super smooth graphics and highly original gameplay make it one of the very best games to appear this year. A classic.
Crash! (Oct, 1987)
Wizball is a classic. The graphics are brilliant, despite some colour clash, and sound is excellent on the 128s (but a bit limited on the 48s). At first the bouncing is difficult to control — but once it’s mastered and you’ve picked up a few of the right icons, Wizball becomes one of the best shoot-’em-ups I’ve played for ages. It’s so polished it shines!
Your Sinclair (Nov, 1987)
Wizball's an odd game, which can be extremely addictive if you're willing to carry on regardless of all the unfair early deaths. But if you're not quite so obsessive, you may just whizz off for something else!
The Games Machine (UK) (Oct, 1987)
The Spectrum version provides sufficient action for 7.95 Pounds on cassette.