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Genre: Plate-forme

Frak! is a 1980s computer game originally programmed in machine code by Nick Pelling for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron and published by his own 'Aardvark' software label in 1984. The game was noted for its "outstanding" graphics, with its characters being compared in one review to early Disney cartoons.The game was ported to the Commodore 64 the following year by 'The B Team' (Jason Perkins, Anthony Clarke and Mark Rodgers). The BBC and Electron versions were included on the Superior Software…

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Release date 1984
Developer Aardvark Software
Genre Plate-forme
Publisher Aardvark SoftwareState Soft
Platforms Commodore 64


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