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3D StarStrike

Amazing clone of the Star wars arcade machine, complete with Tie Fighters to battle, shooting towers on the planet surface, before flying down a trench to take out a reactor!

The game features some of the Spectrum's fastest vector graphics, with functional sound, it was a huge hit in 1984, and put Realtime on the path to huge success. They managed to better the game technically with the sequel, which unfortunately was spoiled by a too high difficulty level.

The game would find it's way onto the Enterprise computer a year later.

The company had already produced an excellent version of the arcade Battlezone, titled 3D Tank Duel, which bettered the Spectrum conversion of the arcade in every way.

They would go on to produce Starglider, of which the 128K version would produce the clearest speech on the Spectrum, as well as taking Vector graphics on the system to new levels.





Platform : ZX Spectrum
Format : Cassette
Publisher : Realtime Software
Authors : Realtime Software
Date : 1984

Other Software by Realtime Software:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
3D Starfighter Realtime Software Amstrad CPC464 Cassette 1984
3D StarStrike Realtime Software ZX Spectrum Cassette 1984
3D Starstrike Realtime Software Amstrad CPC464 Cassette 1984

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH8165. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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