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Vega [1]
1984
Puzzle
£6.95
English
ZX Spectrum 48K
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Chris Bourne

Producer: Visions, 48K £6.95 (3)
An awful lot of memory and effort go into the long-winded and entirely irrelevant history of this games name, but it turns out to be none other than a 3D noughts and crosses played on 4 x 4 grids, four of which are stacked one on top of the other. A winning line is a straight one up or across a grid or vertically through the grids, diagonals included. Two players may oppose each other, one player play the computer, or you can have the computer play against itself. The program is a slick one, but it's main drawback is the complexity of the option menu that poses a major task in logistics to get to play a game. Cursor keys are used to place your move, so AGF or Protek joysticks may be used. General rating: very good for puzzle enthusiasts, especially with its 9 skill levels. Overall CRASH rating 57%, machine code.