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Amtix! (Nov, 1985)
The difficulty level is well set, despite some frustrations due to vocabulary problems, but my overall impression was of disappointment that they had not done more with characterisation and plot sophistication, However, the game isn't bad and in fact fans of the TV series would probably find it a worthy addition to their collection despite its limitations. For anybody else: well, you could do worse than have this game but there are more rewarding challenges awaiting you in other games. All in all, if you can spare the money, then buy it — but don't make it a top priority.
Amstrad Action (Nov, 1985)
This game will probably sell like hot cakes, and people will go on thinking that a game like this is a good adventure. Well it ain't. It may look pretty, it may have glamorous graphics and pictures of movie stars on the cassette cover, but deep down inside its just one of those old pick- up -and -examine puzzlers with a small vocabulary. And everyone will write in and tell the Pilgrim what a boring old twit he is and why didn't he think Robin of Sherwood was the greatest thing since Gremlins. Perhaps it is. but the Cowled Crusader has hopes of greater things and will continue to badger software companies on your behalf to improve their product.