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    Default Review: T-Zero

    Do you like Project X? then you'll love this.

    T-Zero is a side scrolling shoot em up, with lots of pick ups and power ups

    it comes on 1 CD (most of this seems to be the awesome soundtrack!)


    Not too demanding a system is needed either 020, some fast ram and AGA and you are good to go.

    the interface is really slick with plenty of speech and eye candy.

    T-Zero plays wonderfully, it starts off hard and then gets more and more difficult, but if you enjoy SHMUPS then you will love this.

    the vid
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    sorry some of the pics are a bit fuzzy

    Update patch
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    ok watched the video but i cant understand why this cant run on a standard 1200 there is nothing in the game that really needs an 030.



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    sorry, it is ok for an 020 with extra memory, i've updated the 1st post
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    +1 to this. T-Zer0 is a good hard Shooter. I used to have it back when it was released and didn't play it much before I finally sold all my power Amiga stuff in '99 (along with this game and other Clickboom games like Quake and Napalm for peanuts )

    I've been trying it again on my PPC setup and it runs just as I remember, slick, smooth and rock! It only needs an 020 and 4MB fast, but it works fine on all hardware all the way up to 060/PPC.

    Be aware that CD audio wont work properly on some setups unless you install the v1.01 patch linked by Justin above. It tends to want CD on Device 0 without the patch. so if you have HDD as device 0 and CD as device 1 like me you'll need it.

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    I didn't care for it much - the inertia and speedup bullets killed it for me, especially, but I also found the gameplay rather boring. I'm a massive shmup fan, by the way

    Some of the same problems, that Project-X has.

    I really wanted to like it too. Maybe I should give it another go
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    Ive just bought this from Playgeneration on here, I will be using WinUAE to play it and maybe my A4000 later on, hope its as good as it looks
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