Kinetik (Firebird)

Kinetik (Firebird)

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Title: Kinetik
Format: Amstrad CPC
Year: 1987
Media: fb-disk-small
Media size: 3 inch
Code: Jasdan Joerges
Graphics: Andreas Herbst
Music:
RRP: £12.95
Range: Full Price
Label: Firebird
Barcode: barcode-unknown
Production Group: Unknown
Production Number: Unknown
Title: Kinetik
Format: Spectrum +3
Year: 1987
Media: fb-disk-small
Media size: 3 inch
Code: Jasdan Joerges
Graphics: Andreas Herbst
Music:
RRP: £12.95
Range: Full Price
Label: Firebird
Barcode: barcode-unknown
Production Group: Unknown
Production Number: Unknown
Title: Kinetik
Format: Spectrum
Year: 1987
Media: firebird-tape-small
Code: Jasdan Joerges
Graphics: Andreas Herbst
Music:
RRP: £7.95
Range: Full Price
Label: Firebird
Barcode: 5012439002826
Production Group: 0
Production Number: 282
Title: Kinetik
Format: Amstrad CPC
Year: 1987
Media: firebird-tape-small
Code: Jasdan Joerges
Graphics: Andreas Herbst
Music:
RRP: £7.95
Range: Full Price
Label: Firebird
Barcode: 5012439002840
Production Group: 0
Production Number: 284
Title: Kinetik
Format: Commodore 64/128
Year: 1987
Media: fb-disk-small
Media size: 5.25 inch
Code: Ste Ruddy
Graphics: Ste Ruddy
Music: Peter Clarke
RRP: £12.95
Range: Full Price
Label: Firebird
Barcode: 5012439002857
Production Group: 0
Production Number: 285
Title: Kinetik
Format: Commodore 64/128
Year: 1987
Media: firebird-tape-small
Code: Ste Ruddy
Graphics: Ste Ruddy
Music: Peter Clarke
RRP: £7.95
Range: Full Price
Label: Firebird
Barcode: 5012439002864
Production Group: 0
Production Number: 286
 

One thought on “Kinetik (Firebird)

  1. Ashley Pomeroy

    I remember two things about this game. The first is the cover painting, which has a nice sense of scale. The second is the letters you were supposed to collect – PAX, which is latin for “peace”. I remember feeling really smug when I worked that out.

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