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80
Commodore 64Computer and Video Games (CVG) (Aug, 1987)
While not the most original idea, The Fifth Quadrant is very playable and should appeal to all those who like problem solving, three dimensional maze games. Nice graphics.
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Amstrad CPCComputer and Video Games (CVG) (Aug, 1987)
While not the most original idea, The Fifth Quadrant is very playable and should appeal to all those who like problem solving, three dimensional maze games. Nice graphics.
50
Commodore 64Commodore User (Aug, 1987)
It appears to me that Bubble Bus must still be living off the royalties from Star Quake and this should do nothing to change it.
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Commodore 64Zzap! (Jul, 1988)
Obviously quite a bit of thought went into Fifth Quadrant's game design, and there would appear to be much for the player to do, but I'm afraid my lasting impression is that its complexity seriously limits gameplay. I was looking forward to deciphering the Ziman language and reprogramming the computer, but the instructions give no clues as to how this should be done, so in the end logging onto one of the wall terminals just results in confusion and lost time. In the end the action proves too frustrating to be worth persevering with.
20
Commodore 64Commodore User (May, 1988)
There are 230 stunningly repetitive locations in what has to be the worst choice for a re-release in ages. Avoid this like you would avoid - well, something bad.