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1986
Arcade: Action
£2.99
English
ZX Spectrum 48K
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Pete Shaw
Chris Bourne

Louigi has come over from Macaroni to learn the Breetish way of traffic control. Simple - buy three million of zese hideous orange cones and cover any road with the prefix 'M' with the flippin' things so that it's impossible to move anyway.

But seriously though, Louigi has a pretty tough task on his hands 'cos the Brit drivers don't want to be kept waiting too long or our lovable Louigi will lose his job. Stage 1 is pretty simple as long as you keep the traffic flowing as quickly as possible. Stage 2 has beaten me every time so far, 'cos in that level Louigi has to turn around to control the traffic, and that's where it gets nasty.

There are three levels to the game, light, heavy or even rush hour traffic (not recommended for those with weak bladders). On top of that you can also choose whether you want to play the British or European versions of the game. (In the European version the cars drive on the wrong side of the road, some even drive backwards (probably the Italians), which makes for interesting game play).

A very simple idea that's been well executed - even if stage 1 is a mite boring. Just-a one Sbugetti, give it-a to me!!

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