Published on the Best of PCW software for the BBC Micro compilation from Personal Computer World magazine.
These compilation cassettes were published by Century Communications Ltd.
The PCW book accompanying the Best of PCW Software For The BBC Micro cassette states the program was originally written by John Gooderson for the TRS-80 computer, and published in Personal Computer World in April 1981. The program was converted for the BBC Micro by Philip Lindsay.
It also contained the following description:
A game for up to four people, acting as commanders of their own
missile launching sites. Their task – to defend a nuclear power
station against a rocket attack: all they have to do is to shoot down
The Commander can control his missile by using the numeric
keys 1-5, and the space bar; the former guide the missile's
left/right bearing, and the latter gives it emergency boost as it
nears its target. Failure to hit the rocket means that the power
station under threat is likely to have a lump knocked out of it! Each
Commander can volunteer for up to three postings on active
service, assuming that the strain is not too great. End-of-posting
reports are produced which give success/failure ratings,
together with recommendations as to the Commander's future
|Publisher||Century Communications Ltd.|
|Primary genre||Shooter (Gallery)|
|Players||1 to 4|
|Compatibility||A:✘ B:✔ Master: Untested|
|Compilation||Best Of PCW Software For The BBC Micro (BOOK)|