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Commodore 64Zzap! (Mar, 1986)
Another Mastertronic £1.99 special quietly slips onto the streets. Don't be misled by the rather basic Spectrumesque graphics, One Man and his Droid is great fun to play. The backing music is yet another Rob Hubbard special, and although sounding similar to Monty on the Run features brilliant voices as it pounds away. If you're loafing around with a spare couple of pound coins a-jingling in your pocket then trundle into your local shop and buy it -- it's great!
ZX SpectrumSinclair User (Jan, 1986)
Mastertronic has dumped some pretty revolting stuff on the public in the past. One Man and His Droid is challenging, fun, and cleanly presented - budget software seems to be growing up.
Commodore 16, Plus/4Zzap! (Aug, 1987)
Use your robo droid to round up the Ramboids (alien sheep), in this playable collect 'em up. The graphics are large and well detailed and the scrolling is good, though the sound is no more than adequate. Rounding up the sheep is difficult at first, but once control is mastered you can nip around and heard them with relative ease.
ZX SpectrumYour Sinclair (Jan, 1986)
For starters your droid has to struggle through a horde of advancing Ramboids. It's a bit like driving the wrong way down a rush hour one-way street! Any flush of success from scrapping your way to the teleport chamber is soon dissipated by the mediocrity of making the crittur behave. Only for those with a quiet temperament.
The best feature of this game however is the music, by the legendary Rob Hubbard, that stands up amongst some of the best on the machine. Graphically the game is also fairly decent, it’s certainly nice and colourful anyway. But at the end of the day I just found One Man And His Droid every bit as confusing and tedious as I did all those years ago and find it hard to recommend this game based on the music alone.
Commodore 16, Plus/4ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) (Oct, 1986)
Die Spielmotivation richtet sich mit Sicherheit nach den persönlichen Preferenzen. Mir jedenfalls wurde es bald langweilig. Für jüngere Spieler oder „Einsteiger“ ist das Programm aber durchaus zu empfehlen.