The F-ZERO The series is currently in a long hiatus and hasn’t entered the franchise for nearly 20 years. The idea of ​​playing games on Sinclair ZX Spectrum may not be the case Exactly What fans want, it happened – thanks to the talent of a small homebrew developer named Voxel Tower.

Space racing Of course, there is no official blessing from Nintendo itself, but it gives the amazing impression of F-ZERO running on a classic British home computer. It uses many of the same ships as the series and also includes artwork lifted directly from F-ZERO.

It was produced for ZX-DEV Media and Demakes Competition The author also describes it as “probably the first racing game to use fake Mode 7 technology with a real 128kb ZX Spectrum (no special chip, 8-bit z80 processor only)”.

Indeed, this is an impressive achievement. We would be even happier if only Nintendo itself could find a heart that would give love to F-ZERO.