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Maze Death Race
by Chris P. Cullen
PSS
1983
Crash Living Guide Issue 01, February 1984   page(s) 50

Producer: PSS, 48K £4.95
You're in your car, lost in this endless maze, avoiding the hazards like rock falls, ice, oil slicks and the maniacs in their evil cars. Collect the flags for points and watch Out for fuel dumps - the thirsty car needs them frequently. Control is fast and positive, good graphics and scrolling from screen to screen is effective. A good, fast game. Unfortunately you can't alter between the three skill levels once selected, and the instructions don't tell you that it's the cursor keys which operate. No Joystick option but it will work with AGF or Protek. Machine code, moderately addictive.


Transcript by Chris Bourne

Crash Living Guide Issue 02, March 1984   page(s) 51

Producer: PSS, 48K £4.95
You're in your car, lost in this endless maze, avoiding the hazards like rock falls, ice, oil slicks and the maniacs in their evil cars. Collect the flags for points and watch Out for fuel dumps - the thirsty car needs them frequently. Control is fast and positive, good graphics and scrolling from screen to screen is effective. A good, fast game. Unfortunately you can't alter between the three skill levels once selected, and the instructions don't tell you that it's the cursor keys which operate. No Joystick option but it will work with AGF or Protek. Machine code, moderately addictive.


Transcript by Chris Bourne

Crash Living Guide Issue 03, April 1984   (1984-03-16)   page(s) 68

Producer: PSS, 48K £4.95
You're in your car, lost in this endless maze, avoiding the hazards like rock falls, ice, oil slicks and the maniacs in their evil cars. Collect the flags for points and watch Out for fuel dumps - the thirsty car needs them frequently. Control is fast and positive, good graphics and scrolling from screen to screen is effective. A good, fast game. Unfortunately you can't alter between the three skill levels once selected, and the instructions don't tell you that it's the cursor keys which operate. No Joystick option but it will work with AGF or Protek. Machine code, moderately addictive.


Transcript by Chris Bourne

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