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Dr Who on the CBM 64

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Dr Who and The Mines of Terror arrives for the Commodore. Paced at £11.95, it was due on March 10, The game was not a big hit on the BBC when it appeared late last year but that was, so Micropower hopes, was due to the high price, caused by its sprit ROM/tape presentation.

You control Dr. Who attempting to thwart the plans of the master who is busy constructing a time instant replay unit. You would have thought he would have borrowed one from The Big Match and save himself the trouble. The game consists of a large scrolling maze, depicting the catacombs under the planet Rijar. The equivalent of 130 screens' worth of maze is promised, with three different tunes, including the Dr. Who theme.

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