By Jonathan Cauldwell, for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum 48K upwards, on cassette.
Armed to the teeth with weapons purchased from his tomb raiding enterprise, Digby Blizzard has acquired a taste for
the wealth from his ill-gotten gains. With the tombs of ancient alien civilizations now seemingly thin on the ground, Digby has now taken to outright theft. Anything which is not nailed down is fair game, nothing is beneath him in his quest to enrich himself. Indeed, he is even considering entering parliament.
With no respect for the dead, Digby has now taken to bribing public officials to discover the whereabouts of tombs of the recently deceased. These are awash with goodies, but are considerably well defended with lethal security systems. It will require skill and cunning to navigate his way through the myriad of passages..
OLD SCHOOL GAMING:
Fans of Rough Justice or the Cybernoid games should give this a look because it'll be right up their alien artillery-laden street. 9/10
EVERY GAME GOING:
Slubberdegullion is a neat, surprisingly different idea which, I think successfully fuses together two different game genres.