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Adidas Championship Football

Adidas Championship Football

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1990

Adidas Championship Football is a soccer game with 24 national teams. The only playing mode is a championship which mimics the World Cup with randomly drawn groups. A second player can control a second team. The playing perspective is top-down with a scrolling field. The control method is an expanded dribbling method known from the Kick Off series. To make a shot, the player needs to hold down the button for a certain amount of time (this determines the power of the shot) and only then play the ball. The angle can be changed by tapping the button.

Adidas Championship Tie Break

Adidas Championship Tie Break

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1990

This tennis simulation uses a top-down scrolling perspective. You are not in control of the player's motion, but once he gets close to the ball, shot selection is down to you. Standard shots plus topspin, lobs and stop volleys are available, by pushing the joystick in the right direction as you aim the shot. The game supports up to 16 players in singles matches on a variety of court surfaces. It includes all of the major world tournaments - the four Grand Slam events at Melbourne, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and New York, plus the Davis Cup and Masters events. An early attempt at TV-style...

Australian Games

Australian Games

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1990

Australian Games travels to the Australian roots and gives us the opportunity to compare if their inconsequential and fun evidence more rooted deserve the fanaticism of Olé and Olé Spanish. In Australia they go their way, jump into the water, shoot drunk on bottles that fly in a jeep, throw boomerangs that hit them in the head and try again and again pulling the fishing rod to the very fin of the shark. These are the things with which they have fun in Australia, apart from the Pearl Surf and the Sydney Opera House. This game was also released under the name Aussie Games.

Driller

Driller

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1987

A 3D strategy / action game featuring scaling and rotating polygon graphics. You're the sole voyager happening upon an abandoned space station that's ready to explode from the pressure of dangerous vapors building up inside. For each sector, you must locate the build-up area, then drill to release the pressure. Features 18 different areas to explore, each with its own unique laws of physics and logic, and a number of secret rooms and hidden levels to discover.

E-Motion

E-Motion

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1990

This strategic action puzzle game features original gameplay. You control a spacecraft situated on a globe which you can rotate and move around the screen. You must knock globes into others of the same colour, to rid the screen of all the globes. The screen has no borders, so globes can be pushed off the side of the screen, increasing your tactical range. Knocking globes of different colors into each other produces smaller pods which need to be picked up quickly, giving you energy, or they will turn into globes and you will have to get rid of them too. Many of the globes are linked to other...

Salamander

Salamander

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1987

Salamander (沙羅曼蛇 / サラマンダ Saramanda), retitled Life Force (ライフフォース Raifu Fōsu) in North America and in the Japanese arcade re-release, in Europe known as Life Force: Salamander, is a scrolling shooter arcade game by Konami. Released in 1986 as a spin-off of Gradius, Salamander introduced a simplified power-up system, two-player cooperative gameplay and both horizontally and vertically scrolling stages. Some of these later became the norm for future Gradius games. Salamander was followed with a sequel in 1996 entitled Salamander 2. The first player controls Vic Viper and the second player...

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