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Eugene B. Smith
Arcade: Adventure
ZX Spectrum 48K

Gwyn Hughes
Chris Bourne

Here's a topical little game in the light of recent Sellafield mishaps. It all concerns the last remaining power station, In the year 2086, which is running wild. It's up to you to create a robot to venture into the complex and deactivate each of the fifty-one zones.

It should come as little surprise to find that behind this plot lies another platforms game, but without the ladders. Your five droids can either sink down a level or move faster with a twitch of the joystick. There's the usual selection of rampaging robots shooting at you and a maze of exits linking the sections - and as some are part of one way systems it all takes a bit of mapping.

Nothing revolutionary then, but timing of the robots and the sliding doors is perfect so that each screen will take some time to master. Everything a budget game should be.