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Every Second Counts

Every Second Counts

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1988

Every Second Counts is a computer game based on the popular UK television show of the 1980's. This is a quiz show game for either three couples or six individuals, single players compete with a computer partner, where contestants compete to win seconds, not points. The player with the most seconds takes part in the final round where those seconds are the time they have available to compete. There are six blocks of questions so the game can be played six times before some categories come up a second time. The game consists of: Round 1: True or False This round consists of nine True / False...

Fist II: The Legend Continues

Fist II: The Legend Continues

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1986

CENTURIES have passed since the tournaments of the Grand Masters. The once mighty Warriors of the Exploding Fist have been betrayed and defeated,their fighting techniques lost beneath the rubble of their temples. The land is blighted, the crops withered, creatures of the night infest the rivers and forests. The people are enslaved, ruled by an evil Warlord from his volcano fortress. Guarded by mercenaries and warriors, protected by natural and man-made barriers, this stronghold has been seen by no man who has lived to tell of its horrors. But at night, around the fire, the village...

The Krypton Factor

The Krypton Factor

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1987

In this game you take the role of a contestant in the TV game show The Krypton Factor. The gameplay is divided up into different types of mental skill including Observation in which you are told a story and shown a picture. The story is then told again but with subtle changes along with the picture which alters. You must then type in what text has changed and also what has altered on the picture. There are also mathematical puzzles involving you remembering a sequence and working out the sum quickly as the clock is ticking away. As the game progresses there are also physical tasks to do...

Throne of Fire

Throne of Fire

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - April 1, 1987

Throne of Fire is an action strategy video game. It was designed by Mike Singleton, developed by Consult Computer Systems, and published by Melbourne House. The game was released for the Amstrad CPC and ZX Spectrum in 1987. Throne of Fire is set in the Burning Citadel, located around the rim of a volcano.

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