Published in the book '36 Challenging Games for the BBC Micro' by Tim D. Rogers and Chris Callender, published by Interface Publications.
The book contains the following note about Hi-Scores:
In some of the programs in this book, the integer-variable H%
is used to store the hi-score for a particular game because it is
not altered by RUN. Because of this you must type in
before running a game for the first time so that you do not have
the hi-score from the previous game interfering.
In some games, the 'highest score' is actually the lowest score,
for example in games where you have to do things as quickly as
possible. Before playing games of this sort, please enter
Tim D. Rogers:
18th Hole, 3D Invaders, Aspirin, Balloons, 'Copter, Guess
Animate, Battlefield, Big Business, Breakout, The Clever Computer, Dodge, Downhill Skiing, Fruit Machine, Gold Mine, Hop It!
Defender, DR 2000.
Please note that some of the games need alterations (which are noted in the book) to make them work on a BBC Micro Model A.
|Title||36 Challenging Games for the BBC Micro [Part 1]|
Bat And Ball
Space Shooter (Gallery)
Simulation (Fruit Machine)
|Compatibility||A:✔ B:✔ Master: Untested|
|Compilation||36 Challenging Games for the BBC Micro (BOOK)|