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Mikro-Gen Ltd
Chris Hinsley
1983
Arcade: Shoot-em-up
£6.95
English
ZX Spectrum 48K
Multiple schemes (see individual downloads)

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Stephen Avent, Mark Manning, Johnathan Norman
Chris Bourne

The 'Master' has offered a challenge to you to resist his takeover of your pathetic universe. Now it's your turn to try and survive the nine waves of attack, including such horrors as Whirling Dervishes, Interstellar Pogos and Hyperspace Chickens.

Mark: The graphics in this game are quite small, but very detailed. Although the idea is just another shoot-em-up clone, the overall enjoyment is high. It's easy to reach the Master, but beating him isn't. HIT

Johnathan: The idea is unoriginal - really just a mixture of several other games - which doesn't hold the interest. MISS

Stephen: A lot of effort has been put into the graphics, and there are a good range of aliens. Playing is fun, and could be addictive. HIT

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