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Trivial Pursuit: A New Beginning (ZX Spectrum)

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69
The Games Machine (UK)
Tortured tunes are made up for by extensive colours and pleasant spaceship-views of galaxies. This version makes better than average use of the host machine and follows on quite well from the more traditional style of Trivial Pursuit.
61
ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)
Same old game and the graphics are OK too. Surprisingly, it's got quite nice sound effects as well.
44
Computer and Video Games (CVG)
Probably the worst fault though is that you've seen it all before - it's absolutely no advance on the original computer version. If you really want to know what country has the nearest territory to Japan then by all means give it a try, but don't expect too much.