Android 1: The Reactor Run, ZX Spectrum

Costa Panayi‘s 1983 release, Android 1: The Reactor Run, definitely showed the potential of the young games designer, even if the game overall is a little too short.

Panayi establishes the endearing Android character well in this game, which he takes much further in the sequel. But other than run, shoot walls and enemies, and run to the end – there’s not a great deal else to do.

Still: Android 1 is an interesting curiosity, in terms of early ZX Spectrum software releases, and publisher Vortex became a name to be reckoned with over the remainder of the Eighties.

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