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Comet 20 Game Pack

Comet was an electrical retailer that traded from 1933 to 2012, it sold TV and other entertainment systems, kitchen appliances.

Despite struggling in the market place for many years, it could not survive the global recession in 2008, struggling badly for four years, shedding stores and jobs until only eleven remained, all were closed after a final period of administration in 2012.

This was a compilation of games given with a new Spectrum +2

The games included are Show Jumping, Xeno, Snooker, Nifty Lifty, Tutankhamun, Pi-R Squared, Pyramania, Strontium Dog, Meteor Storm, Overlords, SOS, Mushroom Mania, 1994 Ten Years After, Knot in 3D, Project Future, Ned's Garden, Missile Defence, Billy Bong, 3D Seiddab Attack and Star Warrior

Platform : ZX Spectrum
Format : Cassette
Publisher : Comet
Authors : Various
Date : 1986

Other Software by Comet:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
Comet 20 Game Pack Comet ZX Spectrum Cassette 1986

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH18602. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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