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This page lists Sinclair ZX Spectrum games which were unpublished or games which only got as far as the prototype stage or storyboard! I'd like to thank Stephen Smith, Stuart Campbell and Alessandro Grussu for some of the information and scans contained in this page.
There is also this document which you aline barros rendido estou mp3 find interesting!! Mentioned spectrum 48k jet set willy issue 12 of Your Sinclair, the game was never released by Activision but eventually appeared on Elite's Encore label. A demo appeared in issue 64 of Your Sinclair, but the game was scrapped when Activision wound down their Spectrum game development.
It was pitched as being due for release around the summer of but nothing ever materialized. Sinclair User previewed Chicago, an illustrated text adventure written by the RamJam Corporation, which was never released. The game was advertised and previewed by Crash, Your Sinclair and Sinclair User, using what look like to be C64 screenshots.
After being released for the C64, the Spectrum version which was expected to be released slightly afterwards never appeared. The game centered around the antics of a pair of dogs, chasing cats, biting postmen and rummaging around in rubbish bins. Then is issue 73, page the following spectrum 48k jet set willy was printed: Cats aka Paws. Written and reviewed in Sinclair User, the game was withdrawn due to copyright infringement of the musical Cats by Andrew Lloyd-Webber.
The game was slightly modified to get over this hurdle and was released as Paws. According to a note in Your Sinclair issue 90, Alvin and the Chipmunks was completed, however due to poor advance orders the game was shelved. The game was never mentioned in any of the magazines since and there is no evidence any of the game was developed. Crystal Castles Crystal Castles. Originally planned as a limited edition game, due to very poor sales the game was re-released to try and sell more copies!
As with Moon Patrol and Robotronthe game was never published. Moon Patrol Moon Spectrum 48k jet set willy. After announcing that they were bringing out some of their classic arcade games for the Spectrum, only four Atarisoft games made it to the shops: Although completely written, Moon Patrol for spectrum 48k jet set willy reason was never published!
Atarisoft filed a legal dispute and as part of the settlement, Z-Man was withdrawn, modified and sold officially by Atarisoft as Pac-Man. Robotron Robotron Reviewed in the October issue of Personal Computer Games, Atarisoft never published this completely finished conversion of the Williams arcade game Robotron.
Originally planned for publication by Atlantis Software Ltd, this game was spectrum 48k jet set willy released. Dante's Inferno Dante's Inferno. Advertised for the C64 which quoted the Spectrum and Amstrad versions as "Coming soon", but the Spectrum version never did! After Beyond were taken over by British Telecom, the third installment of the trilogy was put on the backburner and never saw the light of day although some work towards the game must have been done.
A third installment of the saga did eventually arise, in the form of The Lords Of Midnight: The Citadel for the PC. Crash interview with Mike Singleton 1. Crash interview with Mike Singleton 2. Infodroid Infodroid. The game was released for the C64 only, but a feature in issue 39 of Sinclair User hinted that a Spectrum version was also in production.
Superman Superman - The Game. It was around this time that Beyond was bought out by British Telecom and after lengthy delays, Superman was eventually published by Prism Leisure. Regular previews and news items appeared in various Spectrum magazines throughout Unfortunately, due to other commitments, the ZX Spectrum version was never released.
With the demise of the Beyond label, it was left to Firebird to publish the C64 version. Star Trek was the most famous holder of the Scooby award, for games which fall way behind schedule! Automan Automan. After spectrum 48k jet set willy initial release on the Code Masters Gold label, the game was subsequently re-released on the Code Masters label.
Although initial contact was made, unfortunately only the photograph below was supplied by the owner "DemonEyeX". Interestingly, by comparing the data on both tapes, it was discovered that Rock Star Goes Bizarre contains the following additional characters: Although written for charity with the proceeds going to the Sport Aid '88, the first release ran into copyright problems when it used an image spectrum 48k jet set willy Carl Lewis on the inlay.
The game was withdrawn and subsequently re-released with an image of Jesse Owens instead. Acolyte Acolyte. Development work on Acolyte is believed to have begun with Video Images before being completed by Clockwize but was never sold.
After some initial work and demos, the sequel "The Quest For Madeleine" was shelved. This background is all that is believed to have survived from the sequel to Acolyte. A silhouette of the character "Glut" was to have run across the background. Dean Hickingbottom recalls: The star system was divided up into sectors, some of which contained planets. Getting to the planets would involve fighting your way through waves of various nasties, finally facing a 'big boss nasty' when you reached the planet.
It was also intended to be a two player 'buddy game' which would be harder to complete. Dean Hickingbottom recalls "A multi-loader-level pensioner fighting game that was never sold". Shutdown Shutdown. The game was created by Video Images. When the developers parted company, the game was taken to Clockwize which was formed by David Bradley and Dean Hickingbottom. The game code itself did not get very far into development.
Cyborg Cyborg. Was advertised and previewed in magazines around but never came to light for the Spectrum. A version for the C64 was released, see above. Development stopped as both had other commitments. The spectrum 48k jet set willy source code was assembled into the four playable demos downloadable above. To play the game, use the following keys. Z - Rotate left. X - Rotate right. N - Forward thrust.
M - Reverse thrust. A - Auto shields. D - Shields on. S - Shields off. The game was completed and received good reviews but Destiny went bust before the game could be published. It did eventually appear on the cover-tape of issue 92 of Crash. Legal issues nearly derailed the release of Bobs Full House, however once the contractual problems were ironed out, the game was released on Domark's alternate TV Games label.
Splitting Images Splitting Images. Immediately after Splitting Images was advertised and reviewed by the magazines, Central Television the company behind the hit TV show Spitting Image filed a breach of copyright complaint, as the title and all artwork for the inlay and posters too closely resembled their show. The game was repackaged and released as Split Personalities. Interestingly, Domark later released a licensed Spitting Image game. Spectrum 48k jet set willy Personalities Split Personalities.
Spitting Image Spitting Image. ThunderJaws Crash Issue It is unknown whether the full game was ever released or not spectrum 48k jet set willy to this day a copy of the game has never surfaced.
The images below are of the C64 version, if Thunderjaws was ever released then the packaging would look exactly like this. WoS member Ralf has dug around the code in the demo version and discovered that by entering two pokes you can see some extra parts of the level after the first boss: Poke ,0 to re-enable scrolling and poketo become invincible from the end of level boss. Some test graphics were developed by Mike Richardson for a vertical flick screen pinball game. Two levels recovered are a Volcano and Pyramid.
Spitfire Spitfire. Although planned to be published by Durell inthis Mike Richardson game was ultimately published in on the Encore label. Mike Richardson of Durell created the mockup graphics below to show how Saboteur III would have looked had he made it: The following five screens are from an intro that Clive Townend was developing: Clive New manqabat 2013 has also provided further information on the game: Ace Triplex Ace Triplex.
Clive Townsend has described Ace Triplex as an experiment to see if smoothly scaling sprites would be possible on a Spectrum. By tapping space, you fly at normal speed, tapping space again makes you fly too quickly. The planet is quite small and if you fly over it at full speed, you can almost orbit the planet every frame, which gives the illusion of flying backwards.