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Andy Williams

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"The game is fun at first, but the more you play it, the more boring it becomes."
Acorn User

"Ask to see a demo before you part with your cash... An annoying feature about losing a life is the fact that you are returned to the screen in turbo mode and the brakes don't work."
Electron User

Game Features

  • Game Of The Year
  • Sold over 100,000 worldwide
  • Held a Gall-up chart position for over a year
  • Arcade action at its best from ATARI
  • One of the biggest selling games of all time
  • Officially licenced Arcade Game

Pick up your old Push Bike, put on your peaked cap and imagine yourself braving the streets of an American suburb. Only superb riding skills and a steady throwing arm can get you through your seven day week of hilarious action. Avoid cars, workmen, drunkards and lawnmowers all out to obstruct you in your pursuit of excellence. Score points by delivering to all your usual customers, but you can get sneaky bonuses by breaking the windows of non-subscribers.

It's a difficult task but your employer believes that practice makes perfect and generously provides a practice track where you can score valuable extra points. Get ready for the ride of your life.

Game Controls

Z - Left, X - Right, * - Accelerate, ? - Brake, RETURN - Throw Paper


Cover Art Language(s): English
Compatibility: Acorn Electron
Release: Professionally released On Cassette
Original Release Date: 1st May 1987
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Paperboy (Cassette)
Paperboy (5.25" Disc)