[Frequently Asked Questions]
|SPECCY RESOURCES - GAMES HELP
This page last updated on 11 Aug 2000
- Gerard Sweeney, famed YS hacker, has a huge number
of POKEs available at his Hackers Anonymous
page; see the Essential Sites
section for details.
- Stephen Smith and Benedikt Heinen's Sinclair Software Database;
see the Essential Sites section for
- Cheats Prosper
- Multiface POKEs - an impressive list of cheats here.
- Jacob Gunness' Classic Adventure Solutions Archive
has a nice big collection of solutions to adventure games (unsurprisingly!)
- The Dizzy Games Collection
has solutions, pokes and the like for all the (official) Dizzy games.
- Doctor Who Computer Games
has information on Doctor Who, Transformers and Thunderbirds games,
including the Speccy ones.
- Nigel Fishwick's Fishyfish
has maps for Monty on the Run, Pyjamarama and
Wanted: Monty Mole on it.
- Ian Armstrong's Dump,
containing a large number of screenshots, inlay texts and scanned copies
of the inlay covers.
- Arsen Torbarina's Jet Set Willy Ultimate Fan Page;
covers everything related to the platform game; FAQ, maps, POKEs and cheats, Matthew Smith related stuff, download service etc.
- Keeping the Dream of Clive!
contains Robert Baker's Speccy stuff, with maps for a few games,
including Valhalla, Alien 8, Technician Ted and Xor.
- Tero Turtiainen's Knight Lore page;
a map and other bits of information about Knight Lore (oddly enough).
- The Manic Miner Room Format
is by far the most thorough description of the rooms in Matt's classic.
- Stephen Smith's Master Speccy page
- lots of stuff including the Spectrum Games FAQ. No longer being updated.
- If you're stuck whilst playing Mercenary, Nikola Alivojvodic's
maps and solution
are just what you need.
doesn't appear to have much on it at first glance, but a bit of
digging will reveal some good Dizzy info, including full
- Ian Preston's Spectrum Adventurer
and Spectrum Adventurer II pages.
Lots of adventure solutions, hints etc. plus a load of snapshots
too. A must-visit if you're an adventure fan! Not just text adventures
either; arcade adventures too (e.g. the Dizzy series).
- The Spectrum Help Zone,
created by the succinctly named Bob, is a collection of hints, tips
and cheats for a large number of games.
- Tolkien computer games for the Spectrum from Fredrik Ekman.
- Kev Watkins' Wally Week Webpage is dedicated to the wonderful Wally series of games from MikroGen.
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