Corruption Reviews (ZX Spectrum)
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Sinclair User (Oct, 1988)
Corruption is different from normal adventures as it depends more on the gathering and correlating of information than puzzle solving. In time, though you'll be able to find out the answers to all the questions except one. Why can't I use the loo?
Crash! (Oct, 1988)
Set in the vicious world of high finance, Corruption explores a topical subject - insider-dealing. To the uninitiated, this illegal practice involves using sensitive, confidential and privileged company information to make a huge profit by buying and selling shares on the Stock Exchange. Buy when the shares are cheap and are going to rise suddenly - before a takeover bid - and sell when the shares are expected to make a sharp drop - just before a company goes bankrupt. The plot thickens with the additional shady dealings in drugs - especially cocaine - which high-powered executives snort through silver straws.
Your Sinclair (Nov, 1988)
There's the typical Rainbird glossy packaging, with extra bits and pieces in the box, including some amusing inserts for your own personal organiser. All in all, I enjoyed Corruption far more than I thought I would... but not quite as much as the previous Magnetic Scrolls games. Maybe I'm just more of a wrinklie than a yuppie when it comes to adventure games.