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Micromega
Derek Brewster
1984
Adventure: Text
£6.95
£1.99
English
ZX Spectrum 48K
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Mike Gerrard
Chris Bourne

An ever-popular title now a couple of years old, Kentilla still features regularly in my mail-bag of queries. So, if you haven't given it a go then at this budget price you should take the plunge - secure in the knowledge that there's plenty in there to fox you. The instructions are boldly headed 'The Aim Of The Game,' but they only list the commands and the like. For the aim itself you have to enter Ogeron's house, outside which you begin the adventure. Ogeron gives you a sword, saying it's the sword of the great warrior Ashka, then he tells you that someone named Grako is held out in the Black tower so off you go as the fate of the world lies in your hands and time is short. So too are the location descriptions, while the graphics are definitely from the minimalist school of art.

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