Noughts & Crosses (Commodore 64 Cassette 50 Game 12)

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I’m not a fan:

See the Vic-20 version of Noughts & Crosses
See the Amstrad version of Noughts & Crosses
See the Atari 8-bit version of Noughts & Crosses
See the Acorn Electron & BBC Micro version of Noughts & Crosses
See the ZX81 version of Noughts & Crosses

Ivasive Action (Commodore 64 Cassette 50 Game 11)

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The almost unthinkable has happened – there is actually a pretty good, addictive game on a Cassette 50, and it’s name is Ivasive (not evasive) Action.

See the Amstrad version of Ivasive Action (called Evasive Action)
See the Atari 8-bit version of Ivasive Action
See the Acorn Electron & BBC Micro version of Ivasive Action
See the ZX81 version of Ivasive Action

Psion Attack (Commodore 64 Cassette 50 Game 10)

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I have an idea. Why don’t you go out and fly a very important space mission in the most unresponsive fighter jet ever, one so slow and crappy that you will almost certainly get killed. Fancy that? No? What’s wrong with you?

See the Atari 8-bit version of Psion Attack (called Zion Attack)
See the Acorn Electron & BBC Micro version of Psion Attack
See the ZX81 version of Psion Attack
Also, similar to Planetoids on the Vic-20 Cassette 50

Galactic Dogfight (Commodore 64 Cassette 50 Game 9)

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Have you ever seen someone play a two player game on his own and still lose? You have now:

See the Vic-20 version of Galactic Dogfight
See the Acorn Electron & BBC Micro version of Galactic Dogfight
See the ZX81 version of Galactic Dogfight

Attacker (Commodore 64 Cassette 50 Game 8)

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Fly a plane to blow up a dam to flood some Gestapo headquarters. Why it didn’t occur to anybody just to bomb the Gestapo headquarters rather than go through with the dam flooding plan is beyond me.

(Note: While there is an Acorn Electron version of Attacker, this is basically identical to the game Dynamite instead). It’s also similar to Dynamite on the Amstrad Cassette 50 too.

See the Amstrad version of Attacker
See the ZX Spectrum version of Attacker
See the Atari 8-bit version of Attacker
See the Acorn Electron version of Attacker
See the ZX81 version of Attacker

Radar Landing (Commodore 64 Cassette 50 Game 7)

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All those films where the pilot of a plane is knocked unconscious and a member of the public takes over and successfully lands it – complete bollocks. As this proves:

See the Atari 8-bit version of Radar Landing
See the Acorn Electron & BBC Micro version of Radar Landing
See the ZX81 version of Radar Landing
See the Vic-20 version of Radar Landing