A Question Of Sport

A quiz game inspired by the BBC TV programme of the game name. Sports trivia fans of the late 80's would have been able to answer the questions at that time.

Publishers: Elite, Encore, Superior/Acornsoft, Interstella Software
Genre:

Tagged With: quiz, sports, tv

Available For: Acorn Electron, Amiga 500, Amstrad CPC464, Atari ST, BBC B/B+/Master 128, Commodore 64/128, Spectrum 48K & Spectrum 48K/128K/+2

Acorn Electron 
 

First Released: 1st Apr 1989

Language(s): English

Items: A Question Of Sport (Superior/Acornsoft, Cassette)


Amiga 500 
 

First Released: 13th Oct 1984

Language(s): English

Items: A Question Of Sport (Elite, 3.5" Disc), A Question Of Sport (Encore, 3.5" Disc)


Amstrad CPC464 
 

First Released: 1st May 1989

Language(s): English

Items: A Question Of Sport (Elite, Cassette), A Question Of Sport (Elite, 3" Disc)


Atari ST 
 

First Released: 30th Nov -0001

Language(s): English

Items: A Question Of Sport (Elite, 3.5" Disc)


BBC B/B+/Master 128 
 

First Released: 1st Mar 1989

Language(s): English

Items: A Question Of Sport (Superior/Acornsoft, 5.25" Disc)


Commodore 64/128 
 

First Released: 1st Mar 1989

Language(s): English

Items: A Question Of Sport (Encore, Cassette), A Question Of Sport (Encore, Cassette), A Question Of Sport (Elite, Cassette)


Spectrum 48K 
 

First Released: 30th Nov 1982

Author(s): Peter J. Stevens

Language(s): English

Items: A Question Of Sport (Interstella Software, Cassette)


Spectrum 48K/128K/+2 
 

First Released: 30th Nov 1988

Author(s): Ian Upton, Mark Cooksey, John May, Byron Nilsson, Nick Acton & Gary Tonge

Language(s): English

Items: A Question Of Sport (Elite, Cassette), A Question Of Sport (Encore, Cassette), A Question Of Sport (Elite, 3" Disc)


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