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CDS Microsystems
Not Known
1983
Arcade: Maze
£5.95
English
ZX Spectrum 16K
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Jon Hall, Tony Samuels, Mark Knight
Chris Bourne

This is one of those tunnelling maze games where the player's character - a wizard - makes his own maze as he goes. The idea is to defeat the magic meanies whilst picking up all the lead which can be transformed into gold.

Mark: There are already a few games of this type, but this is one of the better ones. Nine speed levels are included, and these begin quite easily, increasing to a level where a high degree of manual dexterity is required. 8/10

John: Colour and graphics, although not spectacular, are certainly adequate, giving a reasonable amount of enjoyment The plot is rather silly, but the fame's very addictive. 7/10

Tony: The graphics used in this game are a little limited - because they're one graphic block in size, and move only one block at a time. 8/10

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