|Genre:||Compilation Of Arcade Games|
|Cover Art Language:||English|
|Machine Compatibility:||BBC Model B|
|Release:||Professionally released on Cassette|
|Compatible Emulators:||BeebEm (PC (Windows))|
PcBBC (PC (MS-DOS))
Model B Emulator (PC (Windows))
|Original Release Date:||1st January 1988|
|Original Release Price:||£1.99|
|Market Valuation:||£2.50 (How Is This Calculated?)|
|Box Type:||Cassette Single Plastic Clear|
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The Peter Scott Trilogy features three games, all written by Peter Scott, the Master of the Arcade adventure.
You are the only hope for the whole universe.
Control the Q4 droid through 80 screens of manic action.
Trapped inside a computer game, you are Yo Yo.
Three superb games, from one of the top BBC progrmmers, don't miss this. A Godax production.
Control the Q4 droid through 80 screens of manic action, collecting the twelve parts of the core of a neutronium bomb to destroy the less-than-friendly alien commander who is trying to fry your circuits!
Use the springs and plants to bounce higher than you can jump. Some objects give you extra %age and energy. Use the telephone kiosks to teleport. You can call any distance without damage. Watch out for electrified platforms!
Z - Left, X - Right, RETURN - Jump, SHIFT - Fire Blaster (if energised), D - Teleport
] - Enter telephone kiosk. Enter number of box to go to. Found out on your travels.
SPACE - Pause (Select options or TAB to quit)
The famed "Network" of senotaur is the only hope left for everyone in the universe. Everyone except the kryons, that is, who built it to try and tap into the computer frequencies that control and sustain all life. However, Dave the droid might just be able to collect the parts of the fabled "Fynche", which can be used to destroy the controller of the Network. That depends on you...
There are over 100 screens of lifts, port machines, aliens, objects to collect, puzzles and blasting action. Dave's energy is displayed as two graphs at the top of the screen. The yellow trace is laser power, the cyan trace is charge. When charge is depleted, Dave will expire.
Z - Left, X - Right, RETURN - Jump
SHIFT - Pause mode. Press options displayed or any other key to play. Use port machine (if on one) these are cyan booths, marked with a T, enter the number of the one you want to go to. Find the numbers out as you go along...
Some hacker fiddling with a satellite has caused you to get trapped inside the computer game you were playing. Control Yoyo, jumping or avoiding or destroying the strange creatures that inhabit the gaem, collecting the valves that'll hopefully zap you back to Earth.
There are 75 screens, full of deadly spikes, lifts and aliens which can be destroyed by you barrier. You can fall any distance without dying. Watch out for the time limit...
Z - Left, X - Right, RETURN - Jump, SHIFT - Barrier aligns (Only when on ground!)
COPY/DELETE - Pause/Resume (ESCAPE - Quit whilst paused)
These games will work on a BBC Master with the convert program installed. They are not Electron-compatible.
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