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This game is hardly worth bringing to your attention as I'm sure you will have at least one version of it already in your collection.
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Buy it now - this is a game that will outlive your BBC.
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Any fool can leap Blob round the screens of this game, collecting objects and zapping nasties but nobody seems to have considered it important enough to tell the poor old player just what you're supposed to do!
Smash 7 (Software Invasion) (BBC Model B)
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