Slowly but surely, the educational market is coming to its senses. If you compare the titles reviewed here with those back in the April issue of Amstrad Action - well, there can be no comparison; real progress is being made.
It's all too easy to die: while carrying out maintenance on the engine, you will undoubtedly strike an iceberg; or you will be avoiding the iceberg, only to find the engine overheats and bang, you sink!
This could have been a very enjoyable game for younger players, but I wonder if it isn't just a bit too limited. Certainly anyone who's done even a modicum of adventuring would find it very simple fare.
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