JetPac ZX Spectrum flash conversion game. Jetman must escape from a planet he has landed on to find his way home.
Build up the rocket and avoid the bad guys by shooting them with a laser. JetPac was released in 1983 by Ultimate Play The Game. Please wait for the game to load. Game not loading? Please enable Active X Content by clicking the circle with a strike through icon in the address bar which looks like this () and clicking the 'Turn Off Active X Filtering' button.
Jetpac was the first in a series of games to be released by Ultimate Play The Game, it was also the companies inaugural release. The game was initially released for the ZX Spectrum, and proved to be very successful.
The History of Jetpac
Originally released in 1983, Jetpac was designed and developed by Tim and Chris Stamper. Published by Ultimate Play The Game, Jetpac is a single player game of the Shoot 'em up genre.
The game starts with Jetman looking to assemble his rocket which comes in three separate parts that are scattered around the screen. While doing so our hero has to defeat various enemies that are preventing him from completing his task.
After completion of the first level, Jetman can use the rocket to travel to various other planets to collect precious gems or gold. But before taking off again Jetman has to locate fuel to refill the rocket. Every few levels there will be a new rocket that needs to be built again from scratch, and the whole procedure starts again.
The various enemies will change on every level, each with it's own patterns of movement, so observing the patterns is a must before attempting to collect any of the fuel or gems in the level.
Conversions and Sequels
Jetpac was originally released for the spectrum but was inevitably released on various other home based computer systems, including;
Jetpac has also been included as a mini-game in Donkey Kong 64 for the Nintendo 64.
The game has also had three true sequels, these are;
Lunar Jetman (1983)
Solar Jetman: Hunt for the Golden Warship (1990)
Jetpac Refuelled (2007)
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