"This exciting educational game features vivid, colourful screens that support any child’s imagination. Teaches multiplication, division, addition and subtraction using large, easy to read numbers, linked with object and relational techniques. Hi-res color graphics and sound are supported and optimized by the use of speech synthesis. Speech is program supported and no additional hardware is necessary. Now learning is fun… now the computer talks to your child."
Overall from the screenshots, this looked like quite a good educational game for 1984.
But what happened to the game?… Well, two other Nanosec games did seem to make it, but this and Ground Zero seem to have got lost somewhere in time.
Did Nanosec go under just before those two games could get released? We are not sure, but luckily we have some developer names attached and hopefully we will find out more soon.
Could it just be that this is a very obscure game yet to be fully preserved? Do you have it in your collection?
More soon on this one we hope!
Contributions: Peter Weighill, Roy Tharle