Rebelstar without a cause wrote: »
Football Manager and Football Director. I'm making a game that's a cross between the 2.
sirclive1 wrote: »
Sounds interesting , any more details ? will it have match highlights ? actual player names etc .
I had a go at a football management game (back in 95) , a hard job , i gave up with it unfinished and i could not get the transfers working , maybe ill have any bash some time.
deadpan666 wrote: »
Chubby Gristle, after being inspired to play it by Rebelstar Without A Cause's thread!
Still good and still very difficult! :)
ZX Beccy wrote: »
Horace in the Mystic Woods.
It's damn fine too. :D
JuanF. Ramirez wrote: »
Stop the Express. I've always found it very addictive and funny. Recommended if you only can play in a short time.
zx1 wrote: »
Spent the weekend playing a game i found in the achive called 'Chart Topper'. You play a manager of a struggling rock band trying to get to number 1. It's written in BASIC but isn't too bad (but not very realistic). The funny thing is when you go bust the program stops and you get the message 'Variable not found'.
I like playing games about managing rock bands and movie studios (not many of them on the spectrum though!).
Mister Beep wrote: »
I finished the Capitan Trueno (part 1) lately. With help of fellows of the forum. ;)
A really great game.
Ivanzx wrote: »
The second part is also excellent, and it was moreover the inspiration for Risky Woods for the 16bit machines.