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Silversoft Ltd
1983
Arcade: Maze
£5.95
English
ZX Spectrum 48K
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Jon Hall, Tony Samuels, Mark Knight
Chris Bourne

Rioting robots run amok in this maze game, and your job is to stop them as quickly as possible by carefully controlling your robot to plant bombs that will destroy the mutinous menaces.

Tony: This is essentially a Pacman game in reverse. Instead of eating dots, the player has to lay them. The theme is original and highly addictive, but in play, feels a little too slow for comfort, and the keys aren't too responsive. 7/10

Mark: The player's robot is very controllable, and the first level starts at a reasonable speed - which increases with successive levels. With superb graphics and colour, this must surely be the best Pacman game ever. 8/10

John: Everything involved in this game is excellent, from the impressive on-screen scoring to the cassette inlay. This is undoubtedly Silversoft's best. 9/10

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