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Auf Wiedersehen Pet (1985) (BBC/Electron)


Available For:
BBC/Electron, Commodore 64 & Spectrum 48K



Publisher: Tynesoft
Author(s): Robert Carr
On-Screen Language: English
Genre: Arcade; Various Stages
Items: Auf Wiedersehen Pet (Tynesoft, Cassette)

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Introduction

This game is taken from the sensational television programme in which our hero 'OZ' establishes an international reputation for himself laying bricks and 'Living All Right'.

The Building Site

Oz's working day sees him on the site with instructions from Herr Fuhrer to build 'ze tallest and videst vall'. He must not get in the way of the watchful Erics, nor fall over the edge of the wall...and there are tumbling trowels to watch out for as well. If Oz can build to the top, a cement bonus is awarded. The more bricks he lays, the more marks he earns to spend on his favourite pastime - drinking.

The Bier Keller

In the evening, it's off to the local drinking establishment with Marks in his pocket. If he has worked hard building the wall, it could be a rough night for Oz. But the more pints he downs, the more likely it is he will fall over a table, bump into a wall or get dropped by one of those fearsome German barmaids, who seem to appear from nowhere...and there is no drinking after 11:30, so get supping!

The Way Home

Somewhat worse for wear, Oz has to find his way back to the hut, but in the darkened streets, police cars lie in wait ready to pounce on our unsuspecting Geordie brickie Oz. Should he find his way through the unlit maze, an over-zealous security guard has to be evaded too. Oz can retrace his steps at any time but no extra points are gained and his stamina will be sorely stretched.

Game Controls

Z - Left, X - Right, O - Up, K - Down

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