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Phipps Associates
Tony Barber
1983
Arcade: Maze
£5.95
English
ZX Spectrum 48K
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Chris Bourne

Producer: Phipps Associates, 48K £5.95(2)
This verges on being a 'Pac Man' variant, but not quite. The idea is that you are spending the night in a strange house full of unpleasant monsters. Fortunately you are wise to the lore and know that if you can get the four sections of a cross from the four corners of the floor to the central room you will destroy the power of the monsters. Each screen is the same maze with a square in the middle and four 'L' shaped pieces which you must collect one at a time and take to the centre. When the cross is formed the monsters die and you progress to the next, more difficult level with more nasties. The game offers reasonable graphics and is simple to play. Not very addictive, not even very serious but it may appeal to younger players and is certainly fun between alien-zapping. Poor keys (Cursors). Joystick: Kempston, average. CRASH overal rating 59% M/C.