Category: ZX-81

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Avalanche.

Avalanche is a game for the Sinclair ZX-81 by Revival Studios. Avalanche is a fun action game people can just pickup and play. The player has to shoot the various gems that are falling...

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Crozxy Road.

Crozxy Road is a conversion of the game Crossy Road for the Sinclair ZX81, written by Bob Smith. Crossy Road is arguably the most iconic game of 2015 – instantly recognisable, simple to play,...

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Ubend.

U-Bend is a pipe-mania type of game for the Sinclair ZX81, written by Bob Smith.. Pipe-Mania, and the similar Locomotion, were games which often featured as type-in magazine listings for the ZX81, and the...

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Rebound.

Rebound is a breakout type game for the Sinclair ZX81, written by Bob Smith Breakout has been a popular game now for over 30 years, and was probably one of the first games I...

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Pandemic.

Pandamic is a game for the Sinclair ZX81, written by Bob Smith. Pandemic is a sequel to Virus, but with unlimited ammunition you can now go in with all guns blazing without fear of...

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ZXagon.

ZXagon is Bob Smith’s conversion of Terry Cavanagh’s Super Hexagon for the Sinclair ZX81. Terry’s various modern versions, and also the recent C64 conversion all display solid graphics, but there was no way the ZX81 was going...

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Quack.

Quack is a game for the Sinclair ZX81 written by Bob Smith Everybody seems to be going crazy over Flappy Bird at the moment, and a lot of clones have instantly appeared on the...

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Ant Attack.

Ant Attack is a conversion of the original ZX Spectrum title by Andy White, written for the Sinclair ZX81 by Bob Smith. Bob Smith and Andy White we started to work together on the...

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One little ghost.

One little ghost is a game by Bob Smith for the Sinclair ZX81 and his interpretation of Namco’s 1980 arcade game ‘Pac-Man’ “If you ever felt sorry for the ghosts, the orphans they left behind, and...

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Impact.

Impact is a game by Bob Smith for the Sinclair ZX81 and his interpretation of Atari’s 1979 arcade game ‘Asteroids’. This is what Bob had to say about the game: “One of the reasons I turned...