Every ZX Spectrum owner will have had their own personal favourites on Sinclair's popular home computer, and I have drawn up a list of what I believe to be the best. My Top 10 is based on my experiences of innovative games, that even 30 years later will spark … Continue Reading ››
Pyjamarama was part of the series of Microgen platform games, including "Automania", "Everyone's a Wally", "Herberts Dummy Run" and "3 weeks in Paradise" that starred our hero Wally Week.
Playing the part of the sleeping Wally's "dream" alter ego, … Continue Reading ››
One of the less lauded games from Ultimate, PSSST! was one of my first experiences of a really slick and addictive Spectrum game. It was launched around the time of Jet-Pac, prior to the later and more popular isometric games. I remember cutting out the coupon in Sinclair User to order the game, paid for … Continue Reading ››
Like many sports games, definately a game "of it's era". Who over the age of 35 could forget Daley Thompson's cheeky performances in the 1980 and 1984 Olympics? He was a hero to every boy in the UK at the time, me included, and I once got to meet him at my local athletics club, … Continue Reading ››
JetPac was one of the first of the games released for the early 16k Sinclair ZX Spectrum computer, and developer Ultimate managed to fit a lot into the tiny memory. This game didn't fit into any easily definable retro gaming genre, as it had a number of elements, … Continue Reading ››
Well before I discovered Atic Atac, my first experience of Spectrum gaming was from Sinclair's own game label. It was a fairly lumpy product called Horace Goes Skiing. Whilst a world away from the silent black and white ZX81 which I had just graduated from, I soon got bored of these … Continue Reading ››
Retro games reviewed, including 80's arcade machines, classic consoles and early home computers