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Domark Ltd
Arcade: Adventure
ZX Spectrum 48K/128K

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Chris Bourne

Domark/Tengen £9.99 £12.99;
Atari ST version reviewed Issue 32; ACE rating 880

EFPRM has finally arrived for the Spectrum, having already being reviewed for all the other major formats. Escaping from the robot-infested planet, you have several tasks to perform along the way, these forming several sub-plots to the game. These sub-plots include freeing human prisoners (who are slaving away in the factories that you travel through), fighting the robots, and on every third level using your collected bombs to kill an evil reptilian.

Something that is lacking in these 8-bit versions is the inclusion of the space mobile maze, which gives a good variety to the 16-bit versions of the game. The graphics are in a tasteful shade of pink and black and the sound is reasonable. The game plays in a similar style to the other versions and almost manages to retain the pace and atmosphere, but the result is definitely a less addictive experience.