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Battlezone Six

Battlezone Six

Battlezone Six

"If you enjoy fairly mentally undemanding games then you might enjoy this - it's not a classic but I've had some fun with it."
A&B Computing

"If you want a mindless and unique shoot-'em-up with a professional edge, it's worth a shot."
Electron User Group

"With 100 screens to get through, completion - even allowing for advantageous saves and reloads - will take a hardened player days if not weeks, and the repetitiveness of each screen will not tempt many to try."
Electron User Group


Play the most hectic battle of your life in the ultimate Zap game!

The myriad of aliens use virtually every screen movement imaginable, all with one purpose - to get you!

And would you believe 100 - yes, 100! - different screens. Never before achieved.

Base and firing control in eight directions. Pause control to enable saving to tape. Shield control. Sound on/off. Speed control.

One of our best ever and sure to be a real winner.

Game Controls

Z - Left, X - Right, * - Up, ? - Down, SHIFT - Temporary Shield
= - Pause On/Off, f0/f1 - Save/Load Game (While Paused)
Q - Sound On/Off, S - Change Speed, ESCAPE - Quit Game


Cover Art Language(s): English
Compatibility: Acorn Electron
Release: Professionally released On Cassette
Original Release Date: 1st Feb 1987
Links: Everygamegoing,

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Battlezone Six (Cassette)
Battlezone Six (5.25" Disc)
Battlezone Six (3.5" Disc)