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1983
Arcade: Maze
£5.50
English
ZX Spectrum 48K
Multiple schemes (see individual downloads)

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Chris Bourne

Producer: Incentive, 48K £5.50 (1)
Author: Ian Andrew & Ian Morgan
Put simply, Splat is dangerously addictive! The hero, called Zippy, must move round a large maze, eating clumps of grass, invisible grass, and plums, whilst avoiding the spikes, water and the edges of the maze. This would be child's play if it weren't for the tact that the maze scolls all by itself, in any direction it fancies. If Zippy gets trapped between a wall of the maze and the wall surrounding the edge, then it's SPLAT! Escape is on level 7 but with each level cleared the next becomes more difficult and the maze scolls faster. Panic sets in at a moment's notice. When you get through a screen the computer yells out Yippee! Simple, effective graphics, smooth movement, user-defined control keys, joystick: Kempston, AGF and Protek. Highly recommended, overall CRASH rating 82% M/C.