This is a grid game where your hero has to neutralise all the magnetic cores in an ancient computer system However, the logic bombers have other Ideas and they try to put the bite on you by sending logic bombs along the data lines
Every time you complete a screen your score is added to the total so far, followed by a bonus screen which doesn't have to be completed to score points. There are eleven screens, each followed by a bonus screen, making a grand total of 22 Speed is selected from a range of one to five, the faster speeds being worth more points but, of course, making the game harder You can use either the cursor keys or a joystick to control your buggy and, during the game, you can pause by pressing H'. Restart by pressing the space bar.
Program 1 is Ihe Basic loader for the machine code, when it's finally typed in. Type in the loader and save it under the file name "Debuggin' ". Program 2 is the decimal loader for entering the actual machine code and should be typed in and
Now. the data, all 3896 bytes of it. should be carefully entered. However, because of the large amount of data to be entered this being split over two weeks. Use the command Save "Debugcode",B,31000,2048
The checksum for the first block of data is 166943 More next week If you can't face the prospect of all that typing then send £2.00 to me at 81 Beverley Crescent, Grimsby. S. Humberside DN*****