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Time Robbers, The

[Cassette inlay] [Loading screen]
[In-game screen]
Full titleTime Robbers, The
Also known asLadrones del Tiempo, Los
Year of releasenever
PublisherIndescomp S.A. (Spain)
Author(s)Cibernesis (Paco Suarez Garcia, Pedro Sudon Aguilar, Juan Jose Redondo)
Machine typeZX Spectrum 48K
Number of players1
ControlsKempston, Interface 2 and Keyboard
TypeArcade: Action
Message languageMultiple languages (see individual downloads)
Original publicationCommercial
AvailabilityNever released - recovered
Remarks'El Trastero del Spectrum' reports: "The Time Robbers" was a game that was reviewed in Micromania nš 1, however it never appeared on sale for the public. Produced by Cibernesis, the company founded by Paco Suarez (author of Pulga, La), it was going to be distributed by Indescomp in 1985.
There were two versions of this program, both in English, unlike the image that appeared in its commentary in the Micromania magazine that appears in Castellano, probably for its distribution in the English market.
The first version can be described as "short", the other one as "long".
The "short" version consisted of a block of BASIC that doesn't work on tape; it was used to load from microdrive and to save to tape. It has been modified so that the loading is correct.
The "long" version is unfinished, neither option 1 (Instructions) nor 5 (Election of Protagonists) work.
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Download and play links
Run on-line with a 48K Java Spectrum emulator TimeRobbersThe.tzx.zip42,720(Perfect TZX tape image)Original releaseSpanish/English1985
Run on-line with a 48K Java Spectrum emulator TimeRobbersThe(short-modified).tzx.zip20,517(TZX tape image)Original releaseEnglish

Additional material
TimeRobbersThe.gif4,174(Loading screen)
TimeRobbersThe.scr6,912(Loading screen dump)
TimeRobbersThe.gif2,355(In-game screen)
TimeRobbersThe.jpg247,512(Cassette inlay)

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