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John Hardman
1983
Arcade: Maze
£4.95
English
ZX Spectrum 16K
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Chris Passey, Matthew Uffindell
Chris Bourne

Poor graphics, unexciting and unaddictive seem the words to sum up this one. The graphics are small, undetailed and lacking in colour. Control is with the cursors to make things even worse. It didn't appeal at all - the less said the better. (Sorry Hewsons!)
CP

Like a lot of these games, this version is quite old, and it shows, it is very primitive with its design and graphics. The maze is exceptionally complex, with the odd lemon positioned randomly in it. Power pills, too, appear randomly placed. Ghosts move about the maze not caring at all whether you eat the dots or not. The game does have 12 different mazes, but the terrible cursor keyboard layout is quite unresponsive - if not positively erratic. Can't be recommended apart from historical interest - Maze Chase to 3D Lunattack - there's encouragement for you!
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