Published in the book Sixty Programs For The BBC Micro by Pan Books Ltd, in association with Personal Computer News.
Converted to the BBC Micro by Colin Tanner.
The book contains the following description:
This is an interesting variation of a game we caught sight of in an arcade a while back. It's got a maze, power pills, a ghost and things that go chomp in the night. The first program defines the graphics, and then CHAINs the main program, which must of course be the next program on the tape.
|Publishers||Pan Books Ltd.|
Personal Computer News (PCN) (VNU Business Publications)
|Compatibility||A:✘ B:✔ Master: Untested|
|Compilation||Sixty programs for the BBC Micro (BOOK)|