|★ AMSTRAD CPC ★ GAMESLIST ★ THE REAL YOU (c) COLLINS ★|
Are you the sort of person that jus t earn resist filling in silly questionnaires in the Sunday colour supplements? Have you got a burning desire to know more about the inner you? Are you worried about any problem you've been having lately? Do people who keep as king rhetorical questions in print really get on your nerves? If so then take a look at this program,because it may bring to life any of those interests and a few others too.
The program consists of a series of tests which analyse different areas of your life and interests and attempt to draw conclusions about the son of person you are. It isn't a home course in psychology but it may give Insights into yourself or even the occasional laugh with some of the more lightheaited tests. There are six main sections which are subdivided into 16 sub-groups, each one dealing with a different aspect of your life.
The tests load in two parts, three tests in each, any of which can then be selected or reselectec Each test is made up of s series of questions which have to be answered in a multiple choice fashion with the computet doing all the scoring. The answers are picked using the joystick or keys to indicate a box on the screen or very occasionaly to type in a word or number The answers take different formats though - sometimes they will be simple yes or no choices, ratings out of 10, indications of how strongly you feel or a choice between several different things.
The tests can be performed in any order and can be retaken if you decide to change some of your answers. Remember though, that you aren't trying to get a high score at everything, justfind out WHO you are At the end of the test you're given a score and by comparing this with the ratings and information in the instruction booklet you can find out what sort of person the computer thinks you are.
All the tests are well put together and very informative and if taken honestly can be very interesting; not just in their conclusions but by making you think about issues and problems you might otherwise unconsciously avoid The first three sections are work, intellect and personality.
Work is sub-grouped into satisfaction and potential with the conclusions showing whether you are basically satisfied with your job (presuming you've got one) and what pjospects there are for you in the future. These are very much aimed at the office worker and executive though;« isn't a general career guide of what wiil be a good job for you, more an assessment of management potential.
Intellect w split into three sections: IQ, thinker and brain. The first of these tries to discover your 10 with a series of tests and puzzles. Thinker tries to find out whether you are a pragmatist. realist, idealist and all the other -ists, mother words your thinking style. Brain tries to discover whether you are left or right braii dominated and hence whether you «ire artistic or scientific.
Personality examines your self-consciousness and acceptance. The former tries to discover your private and public self-consciousness, your social anxiety and genera] self-consciousness. Acceptance? looks at your need for social acceptance or whether you're happier as a loner. Love We gives your relationships and sex the once over to see whether a relationship is likely to survive or how satisfied you are sexually Anxiety has three sections: stress, your body and fear. This gets to the bottom of all that worrying we do, whether your satisfied with your body and what you're afraid of, taking tests for example. The last section is Views, which has four sub groups: morals, politics, hi-tech and snob. These attempt to teli you how strong your moral values are. what your politics are, whether you:re in touch with technology and whether you're a snob. The iast of these is a very entertaining section with plenty of funny questions and answers.
As with most tests of this nature it shouldn't be taken too seriously but it is very entertaining and does give valuable insights. You may find it doesn't tell you anything about yourself you didn't already know but it should make you think about many tilings and have a good fane doing it.
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L'Amstrad CPC est une machine 8 bits à base d'un Z80 à 4MHz. Le premier de la gamme fut le CPC 464 en 1984, équipé d'un lecteur de cassettes intégré il se plaçait en concurrent du Commodore C64 beaucoup plus compliqué à utiliser et plus cher. Ce fut un réel succès et sorti cette même années le CPC 664 équipé d'un lecteur de disquettes trois pouces intégré. Sa vie fut de courte durée puisqu'en 1985 il fut remplacé par le CPC 6128 qui était plus compact, plus soigné et surtout qui avait 128Ko de RAM au lieu de 64Ko.