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Dream Software Ltd
Richard Parratt
1984
Utility: Game Editor
£9.95
English
ZX Spectrum 48K
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Alex Entwhistle, Alan Grier, Alan Hunter
Chris Bourne

This program, consisting of 15K of pure machine code, allows the user to design graphics adventures using the displayed map. There are also extensive save facilities; created programs can be run without Dungeon Builder.

Alex: Adventure designers are not at all original, but this one has been very highly developed and should enable adventure programs to be created that are every bit as good as the user's imagination. I, for one, will be rushing out to buy one straight away. One of the most interesting features is the way you can produce your own screen graphics, and then use any of the Spectrum's colours. HIT

Alan G: It's a pleasure to use, with fast response times to your commands, complete freedom in things like graphics designing and choice of colours. The most valuable feature is the way it allows a complete adventure to run without Dungeon Builder being present. Also very good is the 100-page manual which explains clearly how to make the most of the package. HIT

Alan H: A utility that actually works quite well, but could have been better. It's similar to other programs like The Quill and Dungeon Master, coupled with a crude drawing program. The graphics take a good deal of time to produce, but they're pretty good when complete. Compared with other similar offerings, this one rates favourably, but overall appeal depends upon whether you like writing adventure programs. MISS

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