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Tomahawk

Full titleTomahawk Tomahawk screenshot
Year of release 1985
Publisher Digital Integration (UK)
Author(s) David K. Marshall (UK)
Rod J. Swift (UK)
Machine type ZX-Spectrum 48K
Number of players 1
Controls Interface 2 (right)
Kempston
Type Game
Message language English
Original price £9.95
Original publication Standard
Availability Available

Download and play links
Filename Size Type Origin Code Barcode D.L.
Tomahawk.dsk.zip 44K +3 disk (DSK) Original release (O) 5012634000412
Tomahawk.tap.zip 32K Tape (TAP)
Tomahawk.tzx.zip 35K Perfect tape (TZX) Original release (O) 5012634000146
Tomahawk(ByteBack).tzx.zip 29K Perfect tape (TZX) Re-release (R) 5018854100833
Tomahawk(ZafiChip).tzx.zip 34K Perfect tape (TZX) Re-release (R) ZS-48_125

Additional material
Filename Size Type
Tomahawk_InstrumentPanel.jpg 134K (?)
Tomahawk.jpg 154K (Advertisement)
Tomahawk(ByteBack).jpg 67K (Cassette inlay)
Tomahawk(ZafiChip).jpg 161K (Cassette inlay)
Tomahawk.jpg
(hosted on Spectrum Computing)
225K (Cassette inlay)
Tomahawk_2.jpg
(hosted on Spectrum Computing)
707K (Cassette inlay)
Tomahawk_CodeSheet.pdf 30K (Code sheet)
Tomahawk_DiskVersion-CodeSheet.txt 3K (Code sheet)
Tomahawk(ZafiChip).pdf 53K (Instructions)
Tomahawk_ControlSummary.pdf 253K (Instructions)
Tomahawk_Manual.pdf 147K (Instructions)
Tomahawk.txt 23K (Instructions)
Tomahawk.scr 7K (Loading screen)
Tomahawk (1985)(Digital Integration).pok
(hosted on Spectrum Computing)
1K (POK pokes file)
Tomahawk.gif 3K (Running screen)
Tomahawk_LenslokInstructions.jpg 230K (Scanned instructions)

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