A Question of Sport
Welcome to "A Question of Sport", the home computer version. Introduced by David Coleman,
with team captains Ian Botham and Bill Beaumont, you at last have the chance to compete
in the B.B.C's most popular TV Sports Quiz of 1988 on the same kind of one-to-one basis
as your favourite sporting stars do on the show itself. In selected versions you can play
as Bill's or Ian's team with the options of a one or two-player game. You can pit your
wits against your family, your friends, or, if you're on your own, against your computer -
and you don't have to wait for the show to appear on TV. Now you can play whenever you
feel in the mood.
The game has six exciting rounds that will test your knowledge of the sporting world to
The first is a "Pictureboard" round. This is an individual round. Each member of each
team will be asked one question. The first question will be asked of a member of team one,
the second of a member of team two. Thereafter questions will alternate.
Each individual will be asked to choose one of the twelve numbered squares displayed.
Round two is called "Mystery Personality". This is a team round.
"Home or Away" comes next. This is an individual round.
"What Happened Next" speaks for itself.
Round five is the "Quick Fire Round" If you are playing the Spectrum or A mstrad CPC
games, you will get 45 seconds to answer nine questions. After each question you will
have a chance to select your answer from a choice of four.
The last round is another Pictureboard round: all you have to do is to select from the
remaining squares and answer the questions they conceal - your last chance to prove your
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