Last updated on September 11th, 2023 at 05:55 am
Godkiller II Exile – Awesome ZX Spectrum 128k sequel !
Godkiller I and II are two ZX Spectrum games that are not included in the lists of the best ZX Spectrum games ever made.
Therefore, it is difficult to find reviews or curiosities about these games. However, it is known that the ZX Spectrum had a remarkable lineup of games, and it was so successful that it got the console’s creator, Clive Sinclair, knighted, making it the only computer to level someone up in the real world.
The ZX Spectrum was an 8-bit personal home computer that was released by Sinclair Research in 1982 as a successor to the ZX81 and ZX80.
The Spectrum had lots of original titles and proved a training ground for developers who would go on to make some of the best games ever made.
The games were retailed significantly cheaper – around £10-£15 on release, and dropping to as low as £2.99 when re-released in budget lines some months later.
Geraldo Rivera releases ‘Godkiller 2’ by APSIS, powered by The Mojon Twins. A ZX Spectrum 128k sequel to the great ZX game ‘Godkiller’ which featured fantastic music, great 8-bit graphics and gameplay. Once again you play as The Gods Murderer, but this time exiled to a demonic dimension stripped of your powers and surrounded by hellish creatures , you must restore your connection to the primary Source and escape from this hell up!
Game by Maxi_Ruano (APSIS)