Twister (video game)

Twister, also known as Twister: Mother of Charlotte or just Mother of Charlotte, is a shooting game developed by Chris Yates and Jon Hare for Sensible Software and published by System 3 for the ZX Spectrum in 1986. It was originally developed as Mother of Harlots but was renamed after a controversy regarding the title and sexualized promotion with skimpily dressed dancers at an industry event, and a planned Commodore 64 version was never released. The game received positive reviews from Aktueller Software Markt, Crash, Sinclair User, and Your Sinclair.


Twister, also known as Twister: Mother of Charlotte or just Mother of Charlotte, is a shooting game developed by Chris Yates and Jon Hare for Sensible Software and published by System 3 for the ZX Spectrum in 1986. It was originally developed as Mother of Harlots but was renamed after a controversy regarding the title and sexualized promotion with skimpily dressed dancers at an industry event, and a planned Commodore 64 version was never released. The game received positive reviews from Aktueller Software Markt, Crash, Sinclair User, and Your Sinclair.
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