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Contact us! Can I Walk Mummy? We're NetMums Influencers! Jason, along with his team of valiant Argonauts, set sail on the huge ship named Argo facing hideous harpies, undead armies, the metal giant Talos and the monstrous Hydra along the way.
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But there are deadlier threats at large in the Ancient World, and Jason finds himself caught up in the machinations of the Gods of Olympus, leading to a tragic betrayal. The citizens cheer theconquering hero, but not all are pleased to see him return. Many fear that with nobody to oppose him, this military genius will become a cruel dictator.
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A conspiracy takes shape that ensnares the proud Brutus, one of Caesar's most trusted allies, in an assassination plot that will change the course of history. Now imagined as a thrilling graphic adventure, William Shakespeare's classic retelling of actual historical events is revealed as a timeless political thriller - a bloody saga of friendships betrayed, alliances destroyed, and a nation torn apart by civil war.
Ether One is a first person adventure that deals with the fragility of the human mind. There are two paths in the world you can choose from.
At its core is a story exploration path free from puzzles where you can unfold the story at your own pace. A brief collection of interesting games that shaped the ZX Spectrum's life. The writing is light and breezy but each game is only touched upon and mostly self-contained. As such it is a disjointed read with very little depth.
What does come through is the author's love of the computer and it's quirky joys and I wish it came across in a more satisfying whole. An enjoyable trip down memory lane, covering the greats, the groundbreakers and a good selection of oddities that you've probably never played! A few extra screenshots would have been nice, but the reviews are well written by someone who obviously remembers it all from the first time round. My first computer was a Speccy and this book reviews the best games available on that computer.
Some great games are reviewed and there are some hidden gems that make me want to reboot the computer up again and play! Read it and relive your childhood!
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Jul 18, Uno rated it did not like it. In essence about 50 write-ups of games from the spectrum times. The write-ups weren't insightful. Dec 31, Trevor rated it really liked it. I was expecting more information and this book should have screenshots of the games to help the reader remember them. Way too brief and could do with more screenshots for additional nostalgia value.
Apart from that, great, a real blast from the past! Jun 01, Ben Baker rated it really liked it. A simple but synapse-sparking jaunt through the games - good, bad and plain ridiculous - that made the Spectrum such a wonderfully oddball British invention. Jan 20, Neil Blumfield rated it really liked it. A collection of reviews of Spectrm games, great, good and odd, written with the power of hindsight and the fuzzy glow of nostalgia. A fun read but short read.
Dec 30, Andrew Doran rated it it was ok. Really needs some screenshots for this to make more sense for the games I have never seen. Skimmed this and only read about the games I knew.
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Paul Keen rated it it was ok Jan 29, Yappa Pie rated it really liked it Apr 04, William Weir rated it did not like it Sep 23, Paul Gibson rated it it was ok May 26, Despite being a fan of "bigger is better", I was pleasantly surprised at the vast amount of information presented in Speccy Nation. It explores the ZX Spectrum computer through pivotal games that defined British gaming in the s.
I'd done my homework before ordering a copy online and was eagerly anticipating it's arrival. For all the good things I'd hear about this book I assumed it was a massive tome of ZX Spectrum info. At pages, Speccy Nation packs a lot of great info humor and charm into a book I highly recommend!