by David Craddock
Reviewed by Vinny Mainolfi
Taskset were great. Back in the early eighties they
produced some cracking games with some ingenious and
inventive game play - not forgetting fun to play too.
Even though it was earlier on in the Commodore 64's life
when these games were released, they always seemed to be
colourful, energetic and very, very playable - as well
as being a cut above the rest. Games such as
Night Out, Poster Paster, Super Pipeline, and
Seaside Special, Taskset really set the pace for future
Commodore 64 games...
Nearly there; just
the guitar to get into place...
The final level is
HOW WAS IT COMPLETED?:
I'm not too sure how David completed this one.
SO WHAT HAPPENS?:
Hmmmm... I'm not quite sure. After setting the final
item in place (the guitar), our hero becomes an expanded
sprite with all the items around him. You then get the
'GAME OVER' message and the high score entry screen.