3D Deathchase

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All time classic 3D bike chase game, the sense of speed as the player races into the ever deepening forest at the time was sensational, and is still impressive today. The game is about hunting down and destroying drug runners on their bikes.

The game has been likened very much like the bike chase scene in Return Of The Jedi.

The player rides into the screen avoiding trees, and there are two bikers to take down per level, also like Space Invaders, there is a bonus vehicle in the distance that can be detroyed for points.

Destroy all the bikers and the level and difficulty increases, more trees appear with each new level, with the bikers harder to catch.

The game is often cited as one of the best for the Spectrum, a feat even more remarkable as it is in only 16K of memory.

Platform : ZX Spectrum
Format : Cassette
Publisher : Micromega
Authors : M J Estcourt
Date : 1983
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Starclash Micromega ZX Spectrum Cassette 1983
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Codename MAT Micromega ZX Spectrum Cassette 1984
A Day in the Life Micromega ZX Spectrum Cassette 1985

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH8296. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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