|Genre:||Arcade Game: Adventure|
|Cover Art Language:||English|
|Machine Compatibility:||Spectrum 48K, Spectrum 128K|
|Release:||Professionally released on Cassette|
|Available For:||Amstrad CPC464 & Spectrum 48K|
|Compatible Emulators:||ZXSpin (PC (Windows))|
Nutria (PC (MS-DOS))
|Original Release Date:||1st May 1986|
|Original Release Price:||£7.95|
|Market Valuation:||£2.50 (How Is This Calculated?)|
|Box Type:||Cassette Single Plastic Clear|
|Author(s):||Stuart J. Ruecroft, Fatman & Dobbin|
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Good fun... The game is packed with undeniably silly things, salad bowls, sauce bottles and rampaging tomatoes. Read Review
Somehow, despite the slick graphics and whacky scenario this didn't really prove to be as great a 'sauce' of interest as I'd hoped. Read Review
There's a lot of challenge to keep the hardened gamesters at bay but it's easy enough for any simian to get into. Definitely worth a good look at. Read Review
In converting the film nominated Worst Vegetable Movie of all time, Global has created a tie-in far better than the original deserved. Read Review
Killer Tomatoes is quite a complex, and very professionally produced game, that should keep you occupied for quite a while. Read Review
There's Wimp - in at 9am, and just about to begin another day's work, when he discovers that the tomatoes have mutated.
In his fight against the clock, Wimp must nab the Killer Tomatoes and hole them before they pip him to the post. Then there's the Pizza Parlours who have to be supplied regularly with puree from the bouncing ones; and it's a long trek to those crushers.
Being a wimp though, there are several objects scattered around to help him in his bloody fight. As a bit of a cheat, he can gain more time by finding some punch cards and clocking in - if he can remember where to find the machine.
But he'll have to discover which object will allow him to defeat the might of the bouncing, time-consuming, killer tomatoes.
Have you got the bottle to take up the challenge of the Attack of the Killer Tomatoes?
Z/X - Rotate Left/Right, Q - Jump, A - Advance
1/2/3 - Collect/Drop stunned bouncy tomatoes
4/5/6/7 - Collect/Drop objects (individual pocket control)
K/9/0 - Collect-Drop punch cards
P/S - Pause/Restart, BREAK - Abort
If Kempston, Protek or Sinclair joystick option is selected, the following keyboard controls are also required:
A/S/D - Collect/drop stunned bouncy tomatoes
F/G/H/J - Collect/drop objects (individual pocket control)
K/L/ENTER - Collect/drop punch cards
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