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Colin Jones
1984
Arcade: Shoot-em-up
£4.95
English
ZX Spectrum 16K
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Chris Bourne

Producer: Artic, 16K £4.95
The inlay, uncharacteristically for Artic, is way over the topiIn description! This is a grid/shoot em up. Alien craft inhabit the top squares between the fine grid and you have a laser base at the bottom, moving left and right. Between you and the aliens are reflecting mirrors at 45'. These are sometimes in singles, sometimes in ranks, and they deflect your shots off at right angles. The trick is to use several ranks of these reflectors to shoot up, across then up again to hit the aliens. There is a command ship which crosses the screen every now and again for bonus points. The aliens move from square to square horizontally, also descending slowly. Small graphics and over-responsive control on the laser base which makes it difficult to line up shots accurately. An original idea, reasonably playable, perhaps not terribly addictive though. Simple control keys, no joystick option - fair to average, overall CRASH rating 55% m/c.