Finders Keepers Reviews
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Amstrad CPCAmtix! (Nov, 1985)
A great game that should hold interest for a substantial amount of time. The price makes it irresistable.
ZX SpectrumPersonal Computer Games (Feb, 1985)
Pretty graphics, worthy of princess, including a very cute knight. Some of the platform screens seem a bit unplayable, and you're bound to lose energy by contacting nasties. But still an amazing title for the money.
Commodore 64Zzap! (Sep, 1985)
The graphics are excellently drawn and genuinely cartoon-like which makes the game fun to watch as well as play. I adored Finder's Keepers and at it's low budget price it is a game that no one can afford to overlook - it's a gem.
ZX SpectrumYour Spectrum (Jun, 1985)
A colourful, well presented game. Searching for treasure gives that bit extra to life above the competition
ZX SpectrumCrash! (Feb, 1985)
Most Mastertronic games have disappointed from the word go, although some have been quite playable, they have all lacked a lot in the graphics. Finders Keepers puts the record straight immediately with brightly coloured, imaginative and fully animated characters. The scrolling on mazes is particularly good. The idea is simple enough, but the fun comes from collecting objects — there are a lot, and of course you never know what each will be. Although each play reveals the same objects in the same place, picking up and dropping soon muddles them up and makes life more complicated. Generally, a game with pleasing and slick graphics, and enjoyable story line, and with a fair amount of addictivity.
Commodore 16, Plus/4Commodore User (Nov, 1986)
At first sight it looks like another boring platform game, but the more you get into it, the more you'll enjoy it. A definite must for platform and puzzle freaks, at two quid you can't go wrong.
Amstrad CPCAmstrad Action (Oct, 1985)
It's certainly good value - look no further for a bargain-basement arcade adventure - although the character you control has no real individuality and there's little originality in the game. But graphics and sound are pretty good. At the price there's nothing to rival it.
ZX SpectrumTilt (Sep, 1985)
Un jeu d'aventure graphique qui aurait séduit il y a trois mois.