Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 73 / JUNE 1986 / PAGE 114

News & Products

New Electronic Arts Software
Electronic Arts has announced distribution of three new personal computer software packages.
    Mind Mirror is a mental awareness program designed by Dr. Timothy Leary that lets you test your stereotypes by responding to various situations through the eyes of your chosen subject. You can rate any subject you like and react to various situations based on your preconceptions about the subject. This philosopher-on-a-disk is designed to let you learn about other people as well as yourself. Mind Mirror is available for the IBM PC, PCjr, and compatibles, the Apple II, and the Commodore 64. Suggested retail price for the IBM version is $34.95. Prices for the other versions will be available by the time you read this.
    A new conquer-the-world strategy game, Lords of Conquest, is based on the board game Risk. The object of this game is to protect your holdings while trying to conquer territories belonging to your opponents. There are four levels of game complexity and an unlimited variety of game maps. Lords of Conquest is available for the Commodore 64 and 128 and Atari XL series for $32.95 each.
    Super BoulderDash consists of the original popular arcade-style game, BoulderDash, and its sequel BoulderDash II. Both are strategic action games in which you must maneuver the hero, Rockford, through a series of caves to collect diamonds while avoiding fireflies, butterflies, and falling boulders. BoulderDash II adds sixteen new caves, each with five play levels. Versions are available for the Atari 400/800 and Commodore 64/128 at a suggested retail price of $22.95, and $29.95 for the Apple II and IBM PC and PCjr versions.
    Electronic Arts, 1820 Gateway Dr., San Mateo, CA 94404.
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