Tea-Leaf Ted - Manly version released for the ZX Spectrum 48k/128k

Not content with the Amiga news, bit bored of the C64 and want something fresh and Speccy to play, then about the latest game developed called 'Tea-Leaf Ted' , which was coded by Jaime Grilo using Arcade Game Designer (AGD) 4.7 by Jonathan Cauldwell and AGDMusicizer II by David Saphier. Interested? Good! Because this is an action platformer, where you play as Ted Lightfingers, a novice thief who loves coins. The problem is the Police are out to get you and other crooks and gold digger chicks love the money too. So grab the coins, find the key and get out of their pronto before any of those baddies do you harm.

With extra code by Travis Highrise, loading screen by Andy Green, music by Prog Master, font by Damien Guard and title idea by Paul Pollington. Tea-Leaf Ted is another fun game in a long line of decent games from Jaime Grilo. It is sure to keep you occupied through the evening and beyond, as through each challenging level, all you have to do is to complete each room through coin collection, item finding for a higher score, key pick up and finally meet your love Sheila who at the end of it all will ride you away with all the money to spend.

Spectrum 48K (without music)/128K (with AY music) 

Links : 1) Source - Thanks for the heads up Zbigniew 'Saberman' ZieliƄski!

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