& Reviewed by Neil Collins
Captain Fizz Meets the Blaster-Trons by Psyclapse.
What a silly name. I had always liked the look of this
game. Probably because I liked the Psygnosis/Psyclapse
logos and the beautiful Roger Dean artwork on the game
boxes. Unfortunately this game isn't at all beautiful.
The graphics are very basic and monochrome, the playing
area is tiny, the levels are short and the action is
repetitive. It's a variation of Gauntlet with a space
theme and tiny graphics. There are twenty levels to
beat, each very similar to the level before it. I know
some people like this game and quite frankly I don't see
the attraction. Not one I'd recommend.
Level 20 is finally
HOW WAS IT COMPLETED?:
I used infinite energy cheats and worked my way through
it. Like many others I was stumped on level two until I
figured out how to turn off the laser walls. After that
it was plain sailing.
SO WHAT HAPPENS?:
Once you have reached the main computer on level twenty
the game is beaten. A message appears which reads "CONGRATULATIONS
PLAYER. YOU HAVE DOWNED THE MAIN COMPUTER. PLEASE RETURN
TO PLANET EARTH FOR DEBRIEFING".