As no one successfully guessed the music I used in last month's ABU Show intro, then here it is.
Saboteur was a classic game from 1985 and came out on the Spectrum and C64. I was dyed-in-the-wool Speccy-head so this was the only version I either knew or cared about.
Containing minimalist audio (read: none) save for the occasional crunching of fists, feet or shurikens, the gaming experience was heightened purely because of this. Darting your head towards the smallest whisper of noise as you made your way up and down ladders.
And there was a sequel; Saboteur 2, in which the protagonist was a slinky female ninja if I remember correctly.
The software house that produced this - Durell Software - were also responsible for a wealth of many other games, not least of all, Turbo Esprit (1986), a driving game which was another big favourite of mine.
Ahhh, happy days!