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Games Machine Ltd
David Hay
1984
Arcade: Action
£5.95
English
ZX Spectrum 16K
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Jon Hall, Tony Samuels, Mark Knight
Chris Bourne

Snails are being bred in a laboratory and two of them escape one of which is controlled by the player. As they move they leave a trail of Super Glue. And it's your task to trap the other snail, at the same time avoiding your own trail and that of the fellow escapee - all in an effort to avoid a sticky end.

Mark: The speed of this game, which can be selected by the player, ranges from very fast to unplayable. The graphics are almost non-existent... even the snail is only one pixel big. 6/10

John: Use of colour is fairly dull, with the screen starting off about 80 per cent blue and two white snails leaving two white trails as they go. 5/10

Tony: The speed ranges from fast to ridiculous; it's virtually unplayable, and made worse by the two-colour screen and the distinct lack of graphics. 4/10

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