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Growing the best Thyrgodian Megga Chrisanthodil possible is the sole purpose of Robbie the Robot. When insects invade his garden, he has to stop them ruining his work. He has a canister of insect repellent, a smoke-bomb and a startling streamer, each placed on walls at the side of his garden. Each will stun any particular vermin, but you will need to find out exactly what kills what.

As the plant grows, aided by the timely addition of compost bags, leaves will start to shoot outwards. The more leaves there are, the quicker it will grow (a simple incorporation of the concept of photosynthesis being boosted by having more sunlight absorbed), so don't let the bugs near it - those whose programmed movement path takes them towards an existing leaf should be your priority. Once the plant is high enough, it flowers and you move onto another level, where increasingly tough foes are on the prowl.


Pssst ZX Spectrum Tough fight! Back to the movie: at the 80s not everyone could afford to pay a top of technology VCR or even consoles! It was too much expensive and the most could only see a film on theatres...
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Pssst ZX Spectrum Each repellent has a specific target. The red one sprays paraboloidal rays and destroys the pests with fur. It can also freeze the caterpillars...

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Home Computing Weekly Jul 12, 1983 5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars 100
Popular Computing Weekly Nov 17, 1983 38 out of 40 95
Tilt Apr, 1984 5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars 83
Your Computer Aug, 1983 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80
Pixel May, 1984 Unscored Unscored
Crash! Feb, 1984 Unscored Unscored


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Martin Smith (76080) added Pssst (ZX Spectrum) on Jul 22, 2006