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Professional, Originally Released On Cassette Only


Game Type          : Educational; Ages 7-12

Author             : Unknown

Standalone Release(s)   : 1982: EDUCATIONAL 2, Golem, £9.95

Compilation Release(s)   : None

Stated compatibility    : Electron/BBC Dual Version

Actual compatibility    : Electron, BBC B, B+ and Master 128

Supplier            : GOLEM, 77 Qualitas, Bracknell, BERKSHIRE RG12 4QS

                    Tel: (0344) 50720

Disc compatibility     : ADFS 1D00, CDFS 1D00, DFS 1D00




To run any program, type CHAIN"program name" and press <RETURN>. E.g. CHAIN"MATH1".


MATH1      Addition and subtraction up to 1000. Three levels of difficulty. Children race with the computer and try to reach the flag first. For each correct answer, their ship moves forward but for each incorrect answer, the computer ship moves forward.


MATH2      Multiplication and division. The same as above.


AREA       Two levels of difficulty. Children find the area of a rectangle or square.


MEMORY     Three levels of difficulty. Flags, crosses, diamonds in various colours appear on the screen for several seconds. Children are asked to input the number of flags, or the number of crosses, or the number of white objects, or the number of all objects, etc.


CUBECOU    Three levels of difficulty. Children input the number of cubes displayed.


SPELL      (Memory Game) Four levels of difficulty. Several words (can be one if desired) appear on the screen for several seconds. Children then type the words in any order. To finish the game press ESCAPE key.


In all programs:

To go back a stage, press <ESCAPE>.

At any time, to speed up operation, press <SPACE>.

User input is terminated by pressing <RETURN> unless otherwise stated.



Instructions' Source   : EDUCATIONAL 2 (Golem) Inner Inlay


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