You’ve had some microfilm stolen, and it’s for a well highly developed radar system no less. You stupid bastard. Be more careful.
The object of this game is to refuel your helicopter, so you go along to where there used to be a runway. Now, I don’t know how long it was since you were last there, but someone has managed to build an entire town on it. Do you fly off and try and refuel somewhere else? No! You bomb the place of course. You cruel bastard.
Weirdly, there is a game basically the same as this already on the Amstrad Cassette 50, called Whirly. This one is slightly better though.
Also, this is very similar to…
I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve had to go and rescue a bunch of Bulgarian spacemen who are stuck in an asteroid storm on the planet of Zacrafoon. The silly bastards.
A big shout out to all of you who like to be eaten by a wolf in a filthy, humid tomb. You perverts.
Experience the thrills and spills of being a delivery driver in a game that has absolutely nothing to do with a motorway at all.
See the ZX Spectrum version of Motorway
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See the Acorn Electron & BBC Micro version of Motorway
See the ZX81 Version of Motorway
If you have any idea what the word “Rats” has to do with a game about anagrams then please write your answer down on some paper and flush it down the toilet, along with your head.
I don’t know about you, but I want a space mission to go ahead without the possibility of crashing into two of my mates. Simple health and safety, I would have thought. Sadly, those rules don’t apply for this particular space mission.
See the Acorn Electron version of Space Mission
See the Dragon 32 version of Space Mission
See the Atari 8-bit version of Space Mission
See the ZX Spectrum version of Space Mission
See the Commodore 64 version of Space Mission
See the ZX81 version of Space Mission