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Full titleZub
Also known asZob
Year of release1986
PublisherMastertronic Added Dimension (UK)
Author(s)Binary Design Ltd (John Pickford, Ste Pickford, David Whittaker)
Machine typeZX Spectrum 48K/128K
Number of players1
ControlsKempston, Interface 2, Cursor, Redefineable keys
TypeArcade: Shoot-em-up
Message languageEnglish
Original publicationCommercial
Original price£2.99
AvailabilityAvailable as both Perfect TZX and non-TZX
Protection schemeNone
Additional infoAppeared on tape 1, side B of the compilation Fantastic Four (Mastertronic Ltd)
Appeared on the compilation Mastertronic Compilation 8 (Mastertronic Ltd)
Appeared on side A of the compilation Megaplay 1 (Mastertronic Ltd)
Features Rainbow Graphics
Also listed on Wikipedia and Freebase
RemarksContains the hidden game Lightfarce.
SPOT commentsincludes hidden game Lightfarce
Other systemsThis title was also advertised for and/or published on the Amstrad CPC and Commodore 64
Score 7.89 (41 votes)   See scores and vote!

Download and play links
Run on-line with a 48K Java Spectrum emulator Run on-line with a 128K Java Spectrum emulator Zub.tzx.zip34,876(Perfect TZX tape image)Original releaseIS01385012967210106
Run on-line with a 48K Java Spectrum emulator Run on-line with a 128K Java Spectrum emulator Zub.tap.zip43,323((non-TZX) TAP tape image)

Additional material
Zub.gif7,209(Loading screen)
Zub.scr6,912(Loading screen dump)
Zub.gif4,609(In-game screen)
Zub.txt8,027(English instructions)
Zub.jpg153,494(Game map)
Zub.jpg161,950(Cassette inlay)
Zub.ay.zip6,709(Ripped in-game and theme music in AY format)
Zub.mp3.zip347,385(Sampled in-game and theme music in MP3 format)

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Zub Retrospec (Richard Jordan) 2007 PC/Windows available

Player reviews
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Magazine references
Popular Computing Weekly11.86page 145(News/Note) [full page]
Crash12.86page 158(Preview) [full page]
Popular Computing Weekly12.86page 324(Review) [full page]
Crash1.87page 176(Review) [full page]
Sinclair User1.87page 39(Review) [full page]
Your Sinclair1.87page 12(Preview) [full page]
Crash2.87page 70(Tips) [full page]
Computer & Video Games2.87page 45(Review) [full page]
Sinclair User2.87page 16(Tips) [full page]
Sinclair User2.87page 16(Hack/Poke) [full page]
Your Sinclair2.87page 76(Review) [full page]
Sinclair User3.87page 13(Map) [full page]
Crash4.87page 63(Tips) [full page]
Crash4.87page 67(Hack/Poke) [full page]
Your Sinclair5.87page 26(Tips) [full page]
Crash6.87page 10(News/Note) [full page]
Sinclair User6.87page 15(Tips) [full page]
Your Sinclair7.87page 35(Tips) [full page]
Crash11.87page 44(Tips) [full page]
Crash11.87page 44(Hack/Poke) [full page]
Your Sinclair3.89page 28(Tips) [full page]
Your Sinclair6.89page 28(Hack/Poke) [full page]
Crash9.91page 43(Tips) [full page]
MicroHobby6.87page 16(Nuevo)[full page]

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