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PublisherTitlePlatformYearRatingISV
Krisalis Software LtdSabre WulfCommodore Amiga1989I4
Ultimate Play the GameSabre WulfAmstrad CPC1985I5
Ultimate Play the GameSabre WulfAcorn BBC1984I4V
Ultimate Play the GameSabre WulfCommodore 641984I5V
Ultimate Play the GameSabre WulfSinclair ZX Spectrum1984I5V

Sabre Wulf is a ZX Spectrum video game developed and released by Ultimate Play The Game in 1984. The game is the first in the Sabreman series. It was written originally by Tim and Chris Stamper, and later ported to many other computer platforms.

The game was highly recommended by Sinclair Answers, while Crash described both the graphics and sound as excellent. Micro Adventurer said that the game made the Spectrum feel like a new machine, while Sinclair Programs urged readers to "rush out and buy both games (Atic Atac) now". Your Sinclair said that the gamed posed quite a challenge. The game was a bestseller on the Spectrum at the time of release. The game won the awards for best maze game and best advert of the year according to the readers of Crash magazine. It was also was voted the 11th best game of all time in a special issue of Your Sinclair magazine in 2004. The game was included on the 1985 compilation They Sold a Million,[15] along with Beach-Head, Daley Thompson's Decathlon and Jet Set Willy.

In 2004 a new Sabre Wulf game, with completely different gameplay, was released for the Game Boy Advance.




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