|The Postman Pat Hit Collection|
|Developer(s)||Enigma Variations, Alternative Software|
|System(s)||Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC|
|Twitch||The Postman Pat Hit Collection Channel|
The Postman Pat Hit Collection is a compilation game that was released by Alternative Software on the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, and Amstrad CPC in 1992, and it features all three of the company's entries in the Postman Pat series, on the same number of tapes (however, each of the three tapes only had the games recorded for one side):
- Postman Pat: The Computer Game (1988): Alternative Software's first television-licensed game is described as the "Gallup No. 1 Chart Hit" on the cover, saying it was "voted Game of the Year".
- Postman Pat 2: Phew, What a Scorcher (1989): The followup is described as "great fun" on the cover, saying it has "lovely graphics" and "excellent gameplay"; however, it does not have PAT 1.
- Postman Pat 3: To the Rescue (1992): The second sequel, which was released earlier on in the year, is described as having "superb, addictive, arcade-style gameplay" and "first-class graphics" on the cover (which also states it is "a must for the younger game player" and "a real fun game").