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Critic Reviews

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100
Amstrad CPCHome Computing Weekly (Feb 12, 1985)
Another imaginative game from a company specialising in Level 9 Computing. A midnight oil burner.
100
Commodore 64Home Computing Weekly (Nov 20, 1984)
Overall, excellent value which in my view, is unsurpassed by any other software house in this country. Buy it and enjoy.
90
ZX SpectrumSinclair Programs (Feb, 1985)
An excellent, user-friendly, fiendishly difficult adventure, Return to Eden is produced by Level 9 computing.
90
ZX SpectrumPersonal Computer Games (Dec, 1984)
200 locations, the usual extensive vocabulary, and a great scenario make this every bit as good as previous Level 9 games.
80
Amstrad CPCPopular Computing Weekly (Jan 10, 1985)
With the arrival of this range, Amstrad owners already have the pick of the best text adventures.
80
ZX SpectrumComputer and Video Games (CVG) (Jan, 1985)
Nevertheless, Return to Eden is of a high standard and will, I think turn out to have the same depth as its forerunner, Snowball
80
ZX SpectrumCrash! (Dec, 1984)
Return to Eden is a very worthy successor to Snowball. Far from being just another follow up, it is a new and exciting program in its own right and has many features which keep intelligent science fiction computer exploration.
80
ZX SpectrumSinclair User (Jan, 1985)
Down to earth at last, Kim Kimberley, secret agent extraordinaire and saviour of the starship Snowball, has been framed for an act of sabotage. Fleeing the wrath of the woken colonists she steals a stratoglider and enters the atmosphere of Eden, the Snowball's destination. Condemned to death she has only a short time to hide in the luxuriant and bizarre undergrowth of the planet. The ship need only turn its engines towards her to fry her to a crisp.
 
Commodore 64Your 64 (Apr, 1985)
Although this is the sequel to Snowball you don't need to have played its predecessor to enjoy this game. As with many adventures nowadays, this one's split into a number of separate scenarios - the next only attainable once you've solved the last! And Return to Eden is full of those wonderful puzzles that once solved make you want to kick yourself for not having seen the solution earlier! The game supports a large vocabulary and the programmer's fine sense of humour is more than evident. Thoroughly enjoyable ... and highly recommended!