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Paranoid Pete

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[In-game screen]
Full titleParanoid Pete
Year of release1984
PublisherUbik Software (UK)
Author(s)P.A. Adams
Machine typeZX Spectrum 48K
Number of players2 - alternating
ControlsKempston and Keyboard
TypeArcade: Action
Message languageEnglish
Original publicationCommercial
Original price£5.95
AvailabilityAvailable as both Perfect TZX and non-TZX
Protection schemeNone
RemarksOriginally planned for Weetabix, who weren't happy with the result. "In order to be able to bring out a game ourselves, we changed many aspects of it, but Weetabix were not satisfied and it has now been shelved."
Meanwhile, Weetabix asked Romik Software to develop a game for them, which they did (Weetabix Versus the Titchies).
Other systemsThis title was also advertised for and/or published on the Amstrad CPC, BBC Micro and Commodore 64
Score 3.44 (9 votes)   See scores and vote!

Download and play links
Run on-line with a 48K Java Spectrum emulator ParanoidPete.tzx.zip13,780(Perfect TZX tape image)Original release
Run on-line with a 48K Java Spectrum emulator ParanoidPete.tap.zip16,127((non-TZX) TAP tape image)

Additional material
ParanoidPete.gif8,872(Loading screen)
ParanoidPete.scr6,912(Loading screen dump)
ParanoidPete.gif3,042(In-game screen)
ParanoidPete.jpg55,637(Cassette inlay)

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Magazine references
Popular Computing Weekly8.84page 552(Review) [full page]
Popular Computing Weekly9.84page 105(News/Note - Weetabix acts against Ubik) [full page]
Personal Computer Games11.84page 16(News/Note) [full page]

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