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Scetlander
Not Known
1988
Educational
£10.00
English
ZX Spectrum 48K
Undetermined

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Rosetta McLeod
Chris Bourne

SCETLANDER'S road-safety software aims to give pupils confidence in recognising many Highway Code signs, particularly those relevant to cyclists. It starts off with a quiz on road signs, and then there are questions on how the cyclist should handle particular situations.

When the pupil passes the theoretical section, he can proceed to a cycling simulation on the screen. The cyclist has to look behind himself in the right places and give signals as necessary.

Cycling can print out a certificate if the pupil passes at the first or second attempt.

A practice session can be set up, and the teacher can view the pupil's responses.

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COMMENTS
This attractive and useful program makes good use of colour and graphics.

Not Rated