3D Double Bill (Go It Alone) Review | Sinclair User - Everygamegoing

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3D Double Bill
By Go-It-Alone Software
Spectrum 48K/128K/+2/+3

Published in Sinclair User #71

3D Double Bill

On this latest offering from this little indie software house you get two terrible 3D games. In the first, you play Batteryman, has to find a component and destroy it. In the second, you play an anarchist who has to destroy the world. Both terrible storylines.

The animation is weak, the controls are fiddly and rotational only. There is no score feature, very little sound and on both games, you only get one life. Both games are remarkably similar and are not worth the £1.49.5 you pay for them, when you think what £1.99 can buy you.

Overall Summary

Two sub-standard filmation games, this game style has been done to death.

Tony Dillon

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