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ZX SpectrumSinclair User (Sep, 1985)
Accept the challenge. Dive into the bowels of a Spectrum and enter a purple world strongly reminiscent of Ultimate's Alien 8. In fact, game play is just the same too. The Ostans need a new leader and to show your cunning, wit and logic, you are dumped into a computer to prove yourself. Twenty-four objects, including books and microdrives, must be collected and deposited at the I/O unit - the starting point.
Commodore 64Zzap! (Oct, 1985)
The game itself is very hard, the control fiddly and having to keep powering up Cylu every few minutes was a real pain. I suppose it's another cartographer's delight but not one I'd really recommend, even at its cheap price.
ZX SpectrumYour Spectrum (Nov, 1985)
I was hoping that this would be some kind of crazy maze game ... but to say that would be misleading. There's not so much as a measly minotaur to stumble across in this limp labyrinth.
Amstrad CPCComputer Gamer (Jan, 1987)
This game should fill the gap for a short while anyway, especially when you have the ability to examine and use the objects as well as saving the game. Saving and loading the game is one of the most useful features that I have ever seen on a game like this. And after all, £2 isn't bad for a game like this.