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JetPac ZX Spectrum flash conversion game. Help Jetman escape from a planet and find his way home. Build up the rocket and avoid the bad aliens by shooting them with a laser. Use the rocket to travel to various planets to collect gems and gold. Have Fun!
Do you miss the good old times, and those space video games you played when you were a kid. If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play a free classic Jetpac space video game. Am I right? ;)
Click the 5 key to start, use Arrows to move, and Spacebar to fire,
The video game starts with Jetman looking to assemble his rocket (which comes in kit form), the three separate parts that are scattered around the screen. When he get the rocket fully put together he needs fill it with fuel before taking off to the next planet (where the procedure is broadly repeated). Along the way Jetman has to defend himself from the planet's aliens that are preventing him from completing his task. In addition he also get to collect valuable resources which occasionally fall from the sky for bonus points. After the first level, the rocket stays assembled and just requires refuelling. Jetman can use the rocket to travel to various other planets to collect precious gems or gold. But before taking off again Jetman has to locate fuel to refill the rocket. However, every five levels, the rocket is changed and the replacement has to be built before it can be fuelled for take off. Each new model has a new design with a higher number written on it, although the gameplay is unchanged. The single game screen is a horizontal wrap around and consists of three platforms on which Jetman can stand. The various enemies will change on every level (cycling back to the first after eight levels) and each alien has a different pattern of movement which means they can be dealt with in a different manner. For instance, the "dart" enemy tends to hover in a vertical column on the left-hand side of the screen until it fires across the screen whereas, the "flying saucer" aliens will follow Jetman around and so require a different strategy.
Jetpac was the first in a series of games to be released by Ultimate Play The Game. The game was initially released for the ZX Spectrum, and proved to be very successful. Originally released in 1983, Jetpac was designed and developed by Tim and Chris Stamper. Published by Ultimate Play The Game, Jetpac is a single player game of the Shoot 'em up genre. It was voted the 14th best video game of all time by the readers of Retro Gamer Magazine for an article scheduled to be in a special Your Sinclair tribute issue.