Home Computing Weekly10th April 1984
Published in Home Computing Weekly #57
Although well-documented, there is no hint as to which age group this is aimed at. One side has three programs using a triangular shape which the very young might think is a tortoise. All follow the same format, but do slightly different things.
The tortoise graphic program allows you to guide the tortoise around the screen, leaving a trail. Tortmaze requires you to steer it to a target diagonally opposite and Tortrail involves rubbing out the trail. The last two are timed.
On the other side, Equation Invaders invites children to fire the right sign - multiplication or division, addition or subtraction - into the correct place in an equation, replacing a space invader character.
Reveal is a punctuation program in which you "buy" punctuation marks at 10 points at a time. You start with 500 points and there are 20 examples, of increasing difficulty, on the tape.
There is also a program which allows you to write your own text but it is a pity it does not allow you to choose which letters you wish to hide.
Quite good value.