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Little Computer People

Genre
Perspective
Theme
MobyRank MobyScore
Apple II
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4.7
Amiga
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3.7
PC-88
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Our Users Say

Platform Votes Score
Amiga 3 3.7
Amstrad CPC 1 5.0
Apple II 2 4.7
Atari ST 3 3.6
Commodore 64 8 4.3
PC-88 1 5.0
PC-98 1 5.0
ZX Spectrum 3 4.4
Combined MobyScore 22 4.3


The Press Says

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98
Commodore 64ASM (Aktueller Software Markt)
Diese nachteiligen Forschungsergebnisse dürfen aber nicht über das excellent aufgebaute und genial entwickelte Programm hinwegtäuschen. Es zeigt tatsächlich Action, bietet eine hervorragende Graphic und hat einen Sound, der sich hören lassen kann! Kein Spiel zuvor hatte in unseren Augen einen solch hohen Spielwert, kein Spiel barg aber auch gleichzeitig die Möglichkeit erlebbarer Grausamkeiten. Es ist sicherlich das bemerkenswerteste Spiel, das wir je sahen. Aber es ist sicherlich nicht unumstritten!
93
Commodore 6464'er
Man muß „LCP“ einfach einmal erlebt haben. Es ist weder Spiel noch Simulation, sondern einfach eine völlig neue Art von Beschäftigung mit dem Computer und dabei sogar eine der einfallsreichsten, witzigsten und fesselndsten. Wer unbedingt einen High-Score sehen will, sollte die Finger vom „LCP“ lassen. Allen andern kann es fast uneingeschränkt empfohlen werden. Leider werden aber wieder die Englisch-Kenntnisse gefordert.
90
Atari STAtari ST User
The whole program is well thought out and very original. It takes account of the time and date when deciding what Fritz will do next - for instance, try getting an LCP out of bed at 4 o'clock in the morning - I've tried, but he simply wallops the alarm clock and goes back to sleep! All of us at the office have found him addictive to watch, and some have even taken him home with them at night.
90
ZX SpectrumYour Sinclair
I admit that he may not be that good looking. In fact, he's very pale compared with his cousins from Commodore Court. But what does that matter when I see him smile because I've just given him a good rub? And if I ever neglect him he gets so dejected and types such pitiful letters that it breaks my heart. Most of the time he appears to be walking on air though - and I'm sure it's because of me and not just a programming quirk. There's only one thing that worries ms. Sometimes he vanishes behind a door and reappears looking happier than ever. I hope it's just paranoia but, you don't think... has he got a little computer bit on the side? If he over cheated on me I'd... I'd pull the plug on him! Still, I'll stick by him, because I've never seen anything like him before. Of course it may just be infatuation, caused by the novelty of it all. But there's something so cute about him that I'm content to sit and marvel for the time being.
50
Amstrad CPCComputer Gamer
This is not a game, more of a pastime. After the first few times it gets rather boring. The novelty soon wears off and it ends up in that section of your games collection used to amuse non-computer people or relatives who say, "yes but what can it do?". £15 is a lot to pay for a program like this. I'd probably even complain at £2. Also, because of the concept, the game can only be run on a disk machine too.