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Cheetahsoft Ltd
Mark C. Jones
1984
Arcade: Maze
£6.95
English
ZX Spectrum 48K
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Ian Hemmingway, Phil Morse, Frank Pelling
Chris Bourne

Trapped inside a 3D maze, trying to gather up gold blocks, your task is to fight your way along to the next level.

Frank: Oh, no, not another maze game! The 3D representation of the walls is OK, and so are the bats. Use of colour is adequate, which gives quite reasonable clarity. But it's still just another unoriginal program. MISS

Phil: This game (or one very like it) first appeared as a listing in a certain magazine under the title of 3D Dracman. It was OK for free, but as a commercial produce it's awful. Graphics, colour and speed arc all uninspiring. Lit

Ian Players can choose their own degree of difficulty by entering on different levels, with a greater or lesser number of bats. Both the graphics and the colour are above average, making for a very playable game. HIT

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