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Definitions

  1. Jet Set Willy is a computer game for the ZX Spectrum, a computer released by Sinclair Research of Cambridge, UK, in 1982.
  2. Jet Set Willy is a great game to play, and from a programmer's point of view the ideas are structured magnificently.
  3. Jet Set Willy is just another example of how too many great games are criminally ignored and forgotten.

Games

  1. Gameplay is in the style of a flick-screen platform game, similar to many such games of the 1980s such as Technician Ted and Jet Set Willy.

Computers

  1. A port of Jet Set Willy to the Atari 8-bit family of computers was released by Tynesoft. (Web site)

Spectrum

  1. Software, documentation, room maps, game snapshots, room editors for Spectrum, BBC and RISC OS versions of Jet Set Willy. (Web site)

Sequel

  1. The sequel, Jet Set Willy, took considerably longer to write and was an even bigger success.

Platform Game

  1. Jet Set Willy II: The Final Frontier was a platform game released in 1985 by Software Projects for a variety of 8-bit home computers.

Platformer

  1. Elite Systems UK releases Roller Coaster, a platformer in the mould of the previous year's best seller, Jet Set Willy. (Web site)

Game

  1. In its original Spectrum version, Jet Set Willy has a clear separation between the game engine and the data describing the rooms.

Manic Miner

  1. Manic Miner (1983) and its sequel Jet Set Willy (1984) continued this style of multi-screen levels on home computers.
  2. Manic Miner (1983) and its sequel Jet Set Willy (1984) continued this style of multi-screen levels on home computer s. (Web site)

Zx Spectrum

  1. The flip-screen technique was particularly common in games originally made for ZX Spectrum, such as Atic Atac, Jet Set Willy and Sabre Wulf.

Jet Set Willy

  1. Ports to other computer platforms were also made: Jet Set Willy II, an expanded version for the Amstrad CPC, was later converted back to the ZX Spectrum. (Web site)
  2. Jet Set Willy has a similar game engine to Manic Miner and is extremely simple to play, having only three controls: left, right and jump.

Categories

  1. Culture > Entertainment > Games > Zx Spectrum
  2. Entertainment > Games > Home Computers > Manic Miner
  3. Culture > Entertainment > Games > Home Computers
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