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1986
Arcade: Action
£7.95
English
ZX Spectrum 48K
Multiple schemes (see individual downloads)

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Chris Bourne

Ten Great Games Compilation
Amstrad, £9.99cs, £14.99dk
Spectrum, £9.99cs, £14.99dk
C64, £9.99cs, £14.99dk

What an addictive nightmare this is. It's not just that it's frustrating, it's the fact that you can't stop playing it. The first problem is controlling the bouncing ball, which is like trying to manoeuvre a supertanker in a bathtub.

Then, as you merrily bounce off up the scrolling course, you go in the wrong direction and slap into a ball-bursting dead end. Not content with this the game may then put you back on a restart point where you've got no chance of surviving.

Just to cap it all are the unforeseen dangers and antibonuses that are so easy to hit, and you'll never know what hit you Nurse, the screens...

Not Rated

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