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Splitting Images
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Full titleSplitting Images
Year of release1986
PublisherDomark Ltd (UK)
Author(s)Ernieware Productions (Ruud Peske, Ernest Peske, Mark Strachan), David Whittaker
Machine typeZX Spectrum 48K
Number of players1
ControlsKempston, Interface 2, Cursor and Keyboard
TypePuzzle
Message languageEnglish
Original publicationCommercial
Original price£7.95
AvailabilityAvailable as both Perfect TZX and non-TZX
Protection schemeNone
Additional infoAlso listed on Freebase
RemarksImmediately after Splitting Images was advertised and reviewed by the magezines, Central Television (the company behind the hit TV show Spitting Image) filed a breach of copyright complaint, as the title and all artwork for the inlay and posters too closely resembled their show, even though the game is a totally different kind of beast.
The game was thus repackaged and released as Split Personalities.
Interestingly, Domark later released a "real" Spitting Image game (properly licensed of course).
Score 7.97 (31 votes)   See scores and vote!

Download and play links
FilenameSizeTypeOriginCodeBarcodeD.L.
Run on-line with a 48K Java Spectrum emulator SplittingImages.tzx.zip28,327(Perfect TZX tape image)Original release9781851600328
Run on-line with a 48K Java Spectrum emulator SplittingImages.tap.zip33,497((non-TZX) TAP tape image)

Additional material
FilenameSizeType
SplittingImages.gif5,379(Loading screen)
SplittingImages.scr6,912(Loading screen dump)
SplittingImages.gif3,662(In-game screen)
SplittingImages.txt3,835(English instructions)
SplittingImages.png44,516(Game map)
SplittingImages.jpg147,043(Cassette inlay)
SplittingImages.jpg195,690(Advertisement)

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Magazine references
MagazineIssueType
MicroHobby2.87page 27(Tokes)[full page]



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