- For other games in the series, see RoboCop.
RoboCop for the Speccy had great critical acclaim during its time and was touted as one of the best games for the ZX Spectrum. It's a platform run-and-gun, though the controls are quite difficult, and you are unable to jump. The game has little to do with the movie, but the general theme is there.
RoboCop has a very good title theme for 1988. It picks up and really becomes worth listening to, but ends a little slow. The other two tracks are acceptable as well. Jon wrote the music in hexidecimal using the Ocean Software sound driver that he wrote.
|01||RoboCop||Jonathan Dunn||Jonathan Dunn||3:21||Download|
|02||Background||Jonathan Dunn||Jonathan Dunn||3:44||Download|
|03||Boss||Jonathan Dunn||Jonathan Dunn||0:40||Download|
|04||Fanfare 1||Jonathan Dunn||Jonathan Dunn||0:03||Download|
|05||Fanfare 2||Jonathan Dunn||Jonathan Dunn||0:04||Download|
(Source: Project AY)
Ripping ZX Spectrum music is beyond the scope of this site. This rip was recorded using NEZ Plug.
This rip also has digital sounds for speech ("Robocop", "Serve the public thrust", "Protect the innocent" and "Uphold the law").