Trashman Crisis Time - A ZX Spectrum remake of a classic 1984 game

A great release of Fix It Felix Jr for the C64, Raid over Moscow for the Commodore Amiga, and a proof of concept Shadow of the Beast on the Intellivision, what else could be announced to make this week even better? Well how about this new release from PCNONO Games and given the heads up by Andy Green, its ' TRASHMAN Crisis Team ''; a brand new game as a ZX Spectrum remake of the classic 1984 title Trashman, which was originally released way back in 1984 and noted as having good reviews for its graphics and bright colours for its time.

Yes indeed we are here to announce that PCNONO Games has released a new remake of a classic game, adding not just a lovely soundtrack from the maestro @MrRancio1 with an orchestral version of a song from the game itself, but new graphics, gameplay and much much more. Seriously if you've played the original, and are loading up the game on your home speccy right now I'm sure you'll be able to point out all the differences yourself!


Production, Programming and Graphics: Antonio Román (Nono)
Programming Advance: Sergio thEpOpE
Illustration: Andy Green(El Lagarto by Inglanterra)
Music: Javier Parra(Mr.Rancio)
Tester: Javier Ortiz, Salvador Román, Ana Rodríguez.
Original Game: Malcolm Evans 1984


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Perilla by Sergio thEpOpE
Fuse Emulator
Spectaculator Emulator
Spectrum Tape Loader
Screen Compressor Plus
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