New ZX Spectrum Homebrew Arcade Puzzler 'El Stompo'

El-Stompo-ZX-Spectrum-HomebrewIf there is one thing console gamers have to be jealous of with the ZX Spectrum, it's the constant supply of new homebrew games being released on the home computer. The latest title to smash its way onto the classic system is El Stompo, an arcade puzzler featuring an angry green protagonist out to restore countless old television sets through brute force.

Featuring similarities to that of Lode Runner, Penguin Land and many other titles in the same genre, El Stompo has you traversing 35 different single screen levels - each with the aim of stomping on televisions to retune them. Upon the way there will be many obstacles and enemies to prevent your progress, however, with each successful stomp you'll be rewarded with a familiar logo of a bygone broadcast signal.

El Stompo has been released online for free in .TAP format, ready for use in a ZX Spectrum emulator, or on the original hardware using a DivIDE.

El Stompo (ZX Spectrum Homebrew) Gameplay

Link: Download El Stompo (ZX Spectrum Homebrew)

Source: Bytemaniacos

Last Updated ( 09 April 2014 )  


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