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THE SECRET DIARY OF ADRIAN MOLE von LEVEL 9 ist ein „etwas anderes“ Adventure: Es hat nicht allzuviel Rätsel zu lösen, die Texteingabe ist beschränkt, die Grafiken nicht zahlreich und von der Darstellung nicht immer glanzvoll. Doch: Auch Adventures wie TERRORMOLINOS, die mehr auf Text-Information und lustige (Begleit-) Kommentare ihr Hauptaugenmerk legten, haben ihre Reize!
Commodore Format (May, 1994)
The only thing that you've really got to decide before you rush out to your nearest EDOS stockist is whether you actually like text adventure games - this is a perfectly adequate specimen, but if you don't like that style of game in the first place, you're wasting your time - this is the kind of game you'll either like or loathe and if you'd prefer not to spend your free time reading, there isn't much here for you.
Zzap! (Dec, 1985)
Finally, here's another excellently designed game that the White Wizard considers to be extremly significant. Level 9 have teamed up with Mosaic to bring you the now-not-very-secret adventures of young Mole, a spotty teenager with a crush on a girl called Pandora and a lot of very personal problems, most of which can be seen on his chin.
Tilt (Jul, 1986)
Le journal intime d'un anglais de 13 ans 3/4 coincé entre une mère hystérique et son petit ami ventripotent et un père négligeant et sa rousse pulpeuse. Divorcés. Beaucoup de texte. Rigolo.