They don't write games like this any more! Play Nexor on this month's tape and you'll be hooked. PLUS, we have a nifty little Pacman done, two excellent utilities and fine batch of readers' progs...
Nexor : Wow. this is a tough little puzzler. Or rather a tough BIG puzzler, actually, seeing as you've got to assemble the various hits and pieces to build a bomb and blow up an entire planet (a planet full of baddies, thankfully)
Pakman : Yes, we know Pacman is an old game, but it's such a goodie, isn't it? Which is why we found a little corner to slip in this BASIC version, ft takes up only 7fC but it features a very BIG (and horrible) maze
MPack : 128K owners and programmers have to use BANKMAN.BIM, the memory-handling utility supplied with their machines, to use the extra RAM. Unfortunately, BANKMAN.BIN Is copyright and therefore you're not supposed to include it. It's also not perfect. Which is where MPack comes In...
Pilot : You thought BASIC was easy, huh? Well this Interpreted programming language is easier still — there are only five commands! PD programmer David Wild has produced this Amstrad version of the program, plus instructions
Type-ins : All the readers' progs from the October Issue!
• Disk Nurse: a menu-drive disk and file-handling utility
• Ships: a CPC version of the Battleships boardgame
• RSX Speech: a digitiser that uses the cassette port
• Tennis: old-style fun!
• Text: ASCII text editor