AS THE title suggests, Scottish Towns I tests the user's knowledge of Scottish towns ranging from the cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen to smaller places such as Tobermoray and Oban. The computer gives various clues about a town, and the user has to identify it as soon as they can. They might be told ' It is in the Highland Region; it is a fishing town; it has an airport which runs services to the mainland; it is on the Outer Hebrides '. The answer is Stornoway (of course). Information is held on 21 towns (Scottish Towns II holds another 21). Again, I would have liked to have seen the program extended by the inclusion of a map showing the location of each place.