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Bride of Frankenstein

Full titleBride of Frankenstein Bride of Frankenstein screenshot
Year of release 1987
Publisher 39 Steps (UK)
Author(s) Richard Edington 
Machine type ZX-Spectrum 48K
Number of players 1
Controls Interface 2 (right)
Kempston
Redefineable keys
Type Arcade Game
Message language English
Original price
Original publication Standard
Availability Available

Download and play links
Filename Size Type Origin Code Barcode D.L.
BrideOfFrankenstein.tzx.zip 28K Perfect tape (TZX) Original release (O) AS56715 5013538567155
BrideOfFrankenstein.tap.zip 25K Tape (TAP)
BrideOfFrankenstein(BUGFIX).tzx.zip 29K Perfect tape (TZX) Unidentified copy (if STP) or original release 5013538567155
BrideOfFrankenstein(BUGFIX).tap.zip 25K Tape (TAP)
BrideOfFrankenstein(DroSoft).tzx.zip 28K Perfect tape (TZX) Re-release (R) 2AS013

Additional material
Filename Size Type
BrideOfFrankenstein.jpg 221K (Advertisement)
BrideOfFrankenstein-BUGFIX-Patch_SourceCode.txt 1K (BUGFIX source code)
BrideOfFrankenstein.jpg 145K (Cassette inlay)
BrideOfFrankenstein(DroSoft).jpg 191K (Cassette inlay)
BrideOfFrankenstein_2.gif 263K (Game map)
BrideOfFrankenstein.jpg 1200K (Game map)
BrideOfFrankenstein_3.png 262K (Game map)
BrideOfFrankenstein(DroSoft).pdf 8K (Instructions)
BrideOfFrankenstein.txt 3K (Instructions)
BrideOfFrankenstein(DroSoft).txt 2K (Instructions)
BrideOfFrankenstein.scr 7K (Loading screen)
Bride of Frankenstein (1987)(39 Steps).pok
(hosted on Spectrum Computing)
0K (POK pokes file)
BrideOfFrankenstein.gif 4K (Running screen)

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