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Keith Pirie
1987
Educational
£3.50
English
ZX Spectrum 48K
Undetermined

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Rosetta McLeod
Chris Bourne

MANY ADULTS would be surprised at the difficulty children have in distinguishing between authoritative figures, such as policemen and coastguards. This simple program, for very young school children, presents the user with a series of problems and asks which person would be best suited to solve the problem. The list of people includes policemen, postmen, firemen and doctors. Problems like, 'I have seen a red rocket in the sky above the sea. Who can help me?' (a psychiatrist? - Ed) and 'My cat had four kittens today and I want them examined', are displayed. If the user gets the answer wrong the correct solution is displayed.

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