Rare / Less Common BBC Games - Kansas City Systems, etc

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Rare / Less Common BBC Games - Kansas City Systems, etc

Post by gavgreen10 » Tue Jan 07, 2020 11:41 am

Hi,
I used to own a BBC Model B back in the day and loved all the old favourites - Planetoid, Alien 8, Sabre Wulf, Jetpac, Citadel and errr Kissin' Kousins. I am more of a C64 collector now but have acquired some BBC games that may be rare or less common and wondered if anyone would be interested? The two titles I am particularly curious about are Swords - Sorcery (Scorcery) by Kansas City Systems and Wolfpack III by Doctor Soft but I also have some Superior Software titles that I haven't seen before. There are over 20 titles in total inc. some obvious stuff like Exploding Fist, Blagger, Combat Lynx, etc. Let me know if you can shed any light on these games or need any more info.
Many thanks,
Gavin.

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