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Automata UK Ltd
Andrew Stagg
1984
Arcade: Action
£6.00
English
ZX Spectrum 48K
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Jon Hall, Tony Samuels, Mark Knight
Chris Bourne

Automata's Pi-man is on the great slippery slope and sees life through a drunken haze. The player's job is to help him negotiate his way across a busy main road and into the nearest pub.

John: This is definitely one of the most amusing new games, in concept at least, to come on to the market. Sometimes the action seemed a little too fast, especially as the Pi-man became even more inebriated. 8/10

Mark: Colour was used well throughout, but not spectacularly: the pub scenes were the best in terms of graphical excellence. But the game opens a little slowly, with the keys not responding too well to the player's directions. 7/10

Tony: Ten out of ten for novelty value, but as is so often the case, the novelty soon wears off. There's also an amusing little song on the reverse of the tape. 8/10

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