VGAME – JAMES BOND COLLECTION

British Domark ‘The James Bond 007 Collection’ Video Game Bundle Featuring ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’, ‘Licence To Kill’ And ‘Live And Let Die’. Video Game Adaptations Of The James Bond Films With The Same Names

The Spy Who Loved Me Is A Top-Down Shooter Game In Which The Player Navigates James Bond Driving A Modified Lotus Espirit. It Features The Characters From The Film And Some New Characters. Released For The Amiga, Atari ST, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, DOS Computers, Sega Master System And ZX Spectrum In 1990

Licence To Kill Storyline Closely Follows That Of The Film, And Consists Of Six Scenes In Which James Bond (Timothy Dalton) Chases Franz Sanchez (Robert Dvi), Who Has murdered Felix Leiter’s Bride. The Scenes Within The Game Vary, And Include Helicopters, On Foot, Mid-Air, Underwater, Water-skis And Behind The Wheels Of A Tanker Truck. It Was Originally Released For DOS And Then Ported To The Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, BBC Micro, Commodore 64, MSX And ZX Spectrum In 1989

Live And Let Die A Racing Game In Which The Player Navigates James Bond Driving A Modified Speedboat. It Did Not Start As A Bond Game, Being A Rebranding After Domark Saw Elite Systems International Working On A Game Named Aquablast, And Thought The Boat Driving And Fighting Of Said Title Resembled The Speedboat Chase Of Live And Let Die. The Game Was Released By Domark For The Amiga, Atari ST, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, DOS computers, And ZX Spectrum In 1988
Domark England 1990

Different Domark James Bond Games Releases Overview



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