Templeton (Bug-Byte) Review | A&B Computing - Everygamegoing

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By Bug Byte

Published in A&B Computing 4.12

Now this is a more traditional budget game, and Bug-Byte seem now to have cornered the market with funny animal games - the only recent opposition I can recall was last year's Mouse Trap from Tynesoft.

Sadly, it is not too exciting. The idea is to explore a series of drains, collecting tickets that open doors and avoiding slow-moving and predictable monsters. Quite pleasant large graphics do not make it on their own and I wish that programmer Jeffrey Cooke had come up with a more interesting concept. Could be a name to watch for, however.

Dave Reeder

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