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Full titleThrust
Year of release1986
PublisherFirebird Software Ltd (UK)
Author(s)David Lowe, Simon Clarke
Inspired byAtari Games Ltd (UK) (arcade coin-op: Gravitar)
Machine typeZX Spectrum 48K
Number of players1
ControlsRedefineable keys
TypeArcade: Shoot-em-up
Message languageEnglish
Original publicationCommercial
Original price£1.99
AvailabilityAvailable as both Perfect TZX and non-TZX
Protection schemeNone
Additional infoAppeared on tape 2, side B of the compilation 20 Chart Busters (Beau-Jolly Ltd)
Appeared on tape 2, side B of the compilation 30 Red Hot Hits (Beau-Jolly Ltd)
Appeared on side B of the compilation Action Pack (Prism Leisure Corporation PLC)
Features Vector Graphics
Part of the Silver Range series
Also listed on Wikipedia and Freebase
SeriesThis game belongs in the following series:
1. Thrust
2. Thrust II
Other systemsThis title was also advertised for and/or published on the Amstrad CPC, Atari 8-bit, BBC Micro, Commodore 64 and Commodore Plus/4
Score 8.15 (36 votes)   See scores and vote!

Download and play links
Run on-line with a 48K Java Spectrum emulator Thrust.tzx.zip20,686(Perfect TZX tape image)Original release5012439000716
Run on-line with a 48K Java Spectrum emulator Thrust.tap.zip23,046((non-TZX) TAP tape image)

Additional material
Thrust.gif3,207(Loading screen)
Thrust.scr6,912(Loading screen dump)
Thrust.gif2,248(In-game screen)
Thrust.txt2,511(English instructions)
Thrust_Spanish.txt2,591(Spanish instructions)
Thrust.jpg154,049(Game map)
Thrust_2.png113,351(Game map)
Thrust_Level1-4.jpg140,748(Game map)
Thrust_Level5+6.jpg74,398(Game map)
Thrust.jpg44,387(Cassette inlay)

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Magazine references
Popular Computing Weekly6.86page 105(News/Note) [full page]
Computer Gamer9.86page 44(Feature) [full page]
Computer Gamer9.86page 44(Tips) [full page]
Popular Computing Weekly9.86page 445(Review) [full page]
Crash10.86page 133(Preview) [full page]
Crash11.86page 88(Hack/Poke) [full page]
Crash11.86page 149(Review) [full page]
Sinclair User11.86page 113(Preview) [full page]
ZX Computing11.86page 40(Review) [full page]
Crash12.86page 85(Tips) [full page]
Crash12.86page 85(Map) [full page]
Computer & Video Games12.86page 36(Review) [full page]
Sinclair User12.86page 84(Review) [full page]
Your Sinclair12.86page 73(Review) [full page]
Your Sinclair1.87page 90(Hack/Poke) [full page]
Your Sinclair5.87page 25(Tips) [full page]
Your Sinclair5.87page 26(Map) [full page]
Your Sinclair8.87page 41(Map) [full page]
Your Sinclair10.87page 26(Tips) [full page]
ACE1.88page 143(News/Note) [full page]
ACE3.88page 108(News/Note) [full page]
ACE4.88page 114(News/Note) [full page]
ACE5.88page 106(News/Note) [full page]
ACE8.88page 78(Feature - Carry On Screaming ... (frustrating games)) [full page]
YS Smash Tips8.88page 56(Tips) [full page]
YS Smash Tips8.88page 56(Hack/Poke) [full page]
ACE3.91page 69(Feature - The ACE guide to THE GREATEST GAMES of all time (probably)) [full page]
MicroHobby11.86page 18(Nuevo)[full page]

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