Home Computing Weekly #81 (25th September 1984) (Generic, Magazine)
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Impressive graphics... If you like tennis, you'll love this. If you don't, you'll probably like it anyway.
Graphics are no better than I expect nowadays, and nothing in the game makes it stand out.
Not original, but fun nonetheless... The scoring system gives a good long game, even if you're a beginner.
An absorbing game which kept me and my son amused over many sessions. Good value.
Highly recommended to all those who are put off by the hideously high price of cartridge software.
These routines will be invaluable to those who do not own BASIC-G.
An amusing departure from the adventure norm and well worth a look, were it not for the exorbitant price.
The eggs are destroyed by the powerful force of vibration - makes a change from laser zapping, doesn't it?
Play against the computer or another player... Experience needs to be acquired before bowling becomes accurate.
Two years ago, this would have been acceptable, but users have come to expect more now.
An original and interesting arcade/strategy game which people of all gaming types should find enjoyable.
You never lose a life and it is possible to choose which level you start on.
A hectic, but very playable game.
A very good game... Its addictiveness, scale and variety justify its high price tag for most people.
A fast-action game with an original concept.
Virgin boast days and weeks of entertainment from this program and I agree.
The instructions incorporate splendid colour and graphics and make enjoyable reading.
The program is well-written, and excellent use is made of the Speech option.
The presentation is quite good on screen, but TI Basic is not the fastest medium for such games. A credible effort, though.
I feel that a disc system is a necessity, although this is cassette-based.