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Yes those were the days...tape recording the games :)))
I used to do that with my brother. Never told him you could. He would say, what the...the flower pot just exploded! Of course eventually he worked it out. But it was funny seeing his reaction the first few times. :D
Ah yeah I remember you could hide grenades.
No I don't think you can do that.
That's true explosions were for shjt but there was some new things like you could hide the bomb in the plant or some furniture. Can we do that here?
The only thing I didn't like about the Amiga version was the grenades seemed a lot weaker. (And I preferred the Speccy's colours).
Yeah, played those on the Amiga. Great games back in the day.
Same here I use to play on 48k then later on 128k after that on Amiga1200 again laser squad but then I ran in to Sabre team, UFO enemy unknown, jagged alliance and many more.
We use to spend all credits on heavy armor and buy only knife and granates or we add two rocket launchers and we blow up the walls from each side until we make big hole in building.
I had both, the ZX48K in 1983 and used to love playing Rebelstar the original with mates. Then 1987 I bought a 128k and got Laser Squad a year later. Sent off for the extra three missions soon after, and couldn't wait for it to arrive. Played that one mainly with my younger brother.
The last mission was my favourite with the maze and the basic rifle, like a Lee Enfield, and the basic machine gun that reminded me of a US grease gun, included in the weapon selection.
Well ZX128 was fency schmency machine all in plastic with outside cooling system I was running it on ZX48k rubber buttons so cool
It's all relative!
Same here, used to play it on the Speccy 128k
No idea how old Steve is.
My first contact with LS was on ZX Spectrum...omg...
How old is this guy ??????
Yeah Steve has done a great job recreating Laser Squad.