This copy of Lords Of Time offers just one SAVE slot, but the SAVE feature is compatible with multiple different DFSes, whether 8271-based or 1770-based.
The precise history of this copy of Lords Of Time is complicated. Mick, from whose collection it derives, says, "My copy of Lords of Time was a mix of the tape and disc versions. I always start by using tape versions and only use disc parts where there are issues such as tape protection or I cannot get it to work no matter what or some other issue. Luckily, I have found a record in my spreadsheet of the change and why. It says 'it goes wrong after Push Pendulum, N, N, N but no third N or Plank'. It also says 'Fixed by copying the STH Disc hack into TIME4 and TIME5'" — i.e. this copy of the game has been hacked together from at least two different sources.
|Title||Lords Of Time [hack]|
|Publisher||Level 9 Computing|
|Release Type||Commercial Release|
|Compatibility||A:✘ B:✔ Master: Untested|
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|Lords Of Time||Level 9 Computing||1984|