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49 explosive games for the ZX-81 (A Reward book)

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Books as solid as this one don't just spring out of the Spectrum without a serious investment of time and e ffort.

And there has been plenty of both time and effort spent making sure this collection of games for your Spectrum is as good as we could make it. Drawing on the work of some of the UK's best young computer programmers, I've brought together a series of major programs for the Spectrum which deserve the label 'software quality'. The major contributors were Malcolm Young, David Perry, Graham Charlton and Neil Pellinacci, whose work forms the bulk of this book.

Others I contracted to produce programs for this collection include Scott Vincent, Raymond Blake, Neal Cavalier-Smith, Paul Toland, Andrew Sweetland, Martin Jones, Graham White, Tim Rogers, Damian Steele, Neville Predebon and Michael Briggs. They also deserve congratulations for the quality and 'playability' of the programs they've contributed.

Time to start your Spectrum exploding.
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