8-Bit Software Online Conversion

            Well? How did we all get on with last month's TROG screens? I must say that the Coke cans were a novel idea (how much did they pay you Andrew?). The only problem I had was that the monsters were spread around too liberally. I just couldn't get anywhere without getting eaten- or am I just no good? Well, I promised a competition on these screens last month and here it is. Anybody who can provide photographic evidence of completing the TROG screens will win... A 1 week all-expenses paid trip to see Martin at work on the latest edition of the magazine in sunny(?) Hereford. Second prize is two weeks... ...No, I'm only joking, the first prize is £10 on production of evidence of *

            completion. Any old camera should be decent enough and the closing date is 31 MAY 1991. There are, however, a few problems. One member failed to get the TROG screens to load into his copy of Repton Infinity. I have a copy of Repton 3, and the screens work fine, but I cannot speak for Repton Infinity. Can anybody help? Most of you managed to load in the screens and the generally you were impressed. The passwords for the first three screens are- EXILE ACORN HOOVER Some people have got further than these, and reports are coming in that *

            screen E is a bit of a pain. Reports of two inaccessable diamonds are making the screen impossible are coming in. Has anybody passed Screen E without cheating? Maybe the author has enlightenment for us on how it can be done? There are more Repton screens and a Repton Infinity review on this months disc.