Saboteur 2 Gets Upgraded to 128k on ZX Spectrum Gaming Computer

Carl Williams writes, "Back in the day games had very limited graphics and sound capabilities. Developers had to work to get gamers drawn into the game world they created. Work hard. Take a game like Saboteur 2, in its original form it was a good game but could have been better. Of the many platforms Saboteur 2 hit back in 1987, the ZX Spectrum is the one that is the subject of a remake of sorts. An upgrade would be more accurate as this is an improvement on the original. Created by Clive Townsend and released through Durell Software, Saboteur 2 is getting a 128k version by Alex Rider, a Russian programmer and apparently a big fan of both the ZX Spectrum and Saboteur 2."

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