ZX Computing #11 (1st February 1984) (Spectrum 16K/48K/Plus/128K, Magazine)
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Not a particularly inspired game. I thought that the screen displays were somewhat primitive for a game of this sort.
An enjoyable game and the Spectrum proves a good opponent.
A highly recommended cassette... Toolkit takes up only 2K of memory and is quickly loaded which is pretty impressive considering the range of functions available.
A very good program that does all that it claims to. It certainly gave me a better understanding of how computers can be used for storing data and the power a computer system can offer.
It is relatively easy to complete one square (or face), but it is solving the whole puzzle without ruining what you have already accomplished that is so infuriatingly difficult.
If you are looking for a very good alternative to the ZX printer, I can wholeheartedly recommend this machine.
A game that rewards repeated play, giving you a real chance of building up your ability.
The game has attractive graphics and runs in Basic at a gentle pace. It is easy to master the essentials of the game but difficult to get a high score.
The best game that I have yet tried... Extremely well written, very entertaining and addictive and I thoroughly recommend it.
Hmmm... It's a problem that this version of Forth is so easy to crash. Another small fault is that the keyboard overlay is not all that good.
These are entertaining strategy games. The graphics are quite smooth since the bulk of the program is in machine code.
Kept me occupied for several evenings and Artic are to be congratulated on producing such an interesting game.
Colourful, exciting and a pleasure to play, even if it is not the most innovative piece of software on sale today.
An exciting, graphically impressive and highly enjoyable game to play - definitely a winner.
Excellent... Gives the idea of strategy games a new breath of life.
This cassette is good, but far from mindblowing, especially as the product of such a well established company as K-Tel.
Dull and uninteresting.
Reasonably original, complicated in some respects, whilst simple in its concept.
The graphics are good and the sound fun, which makes for a very enjoyable and exciting game.
Not as much fun or as exciting as most other adventure games.