Loco (video game)

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Loco
Developer(s) Antony Crowther, Richard Stevenson, David Wright, Nigel Speight
Publisher(s) Alligata
Designer(s) Antony Crowther
Platform(s) Atari 8-bit family, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum
Release 1984

Loco is a 1984 computer game developed by Antony Crowther and released by Alligata for the Commodore 64. In 1986 it was converted for the ZX Spectrum and Atari 8-bit family.

The ZX Spectrum version was developed by Richard Stevenson, David Wright and Nigel Speight.

The music for the game is a C64 remake of Jean Michel Jarre's Equinoxe 5 by Ben Daglish.[1]

Comparing screen shots and game descriptions, Loco appears to be a clone of the arcade game Super Locomotive, produced by Sega in 1982.

Crowther's subsequent work Suicide Express was considered an unofficial sequel.[2]

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External links[edit]

  • Loco at Lemon64
  • Loco at SpectrumComputing.co.uk
  • [1] Super Locomotive at Killer List of Video Games