Spectrum 2.0

Review of 'Think!'

Rating:5 User: The Dean of Games

1985 Ariolasoft (UK)
by Tony Barber, Simon Dunstan, Don Hughes, David Bishop and Chris Palmer

Think! is one of the best puzzle games I've ever played on a Speccy.
The idea is simple, the first player to line up 4 tiles, vertically, horizontally or diagonally wins the round. You can either play against the computer or against another human player.
Options include 3 modes of play: Normal, Speed or Blitz THINKing. This modes basically revolve around clock timing, making each move more challenging.
Then there is the Problem Solving option. This means you will be able to select one of the 6 preset problems available and try to solve them. Or you can create your own problems, and apply them both to the computer or another player.
The game is easy to get into but if any difficulty arises, you can use the Tutorial included which will help clear any doubts on how to play.
Definitely one of the best puzzle games around and still up to date after decades.