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Artist(s)  Paul Lindale
Mode(s)  Single player
Developer  Imagine Software
Platform  ZX Spectrum
Designers  John Gibson, D.H. Lawson
Genre(s)  Real-time strategy
Initial release date  1983
Publisher  Imagine Software
Awards  Best Wargame
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Similar  Imagine Software games, Real-time strategy games

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Stonkers is one of the earliest real-time strategy games. It was written for the ZX Spectrum and published by Imagine Software in 1983. It was designed and programmed by John Gibson with graphics by Paul Lindale.

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Stonkers is controlled either using keyboard or joystick. In the game, the player controls infantry, artillery, tank, and supply-truck units. Combat units consume supplies over time and the player must use the supply units to replenish them. Supply units are unloaded while a ship docks at the player's port. Information about ongoing events is displayed in a ticker tape on the bottom of the screen.

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The game was plagued with bugs and early versions crashed after a few minutes of play. Despite this, it was awarded the title "Best Wargame" by CRASH in 1984.

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