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Amiga Computing 58 (1st March 1993) (Amiga 500, Magazine)

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Dark Seed (Cyberdreams)
The most graphically impressive release for at least a year.
Dragon's Lair 3: The Curse Of Mordread (Readysoft)
An absolute nightmare to play... Unless you desperately need to see some beautiful animation and have plenty of cash to spare, I just can't see any reason to buy it, which is sad.
Indiana Jones And The Fate Of Atlantis (US Gold)
A very good graphic adventure which should contain enough puzzles for most seasoned fans, and last long enough to justify the money spent on it.
KGB (Virgin Games)
Lovely graphics, great playability, quite addictive... If you adventure fans are looking for a bit of entertainment to while away the winter evenings, you won't go far wrong with this.
Cool World (Ocean)
A competent and enjoyable arcade platform adventure.
Sports Masters (Empire)
The best compilation I have come across.
Creatures (Thalamus)
A good buy. Creatures is challenging in every aspect and the animation of the creatures is fantastic. Hope your stomach can stand it!
Ragnarok (Mirage)
Although it sounds like a game for intellectuals, it really could appeal to anyone. It's very well presented and battles are funny... but the board could have been displayed at a better angle.
Waxworks (Accolade)
I can find little fault with Waxworks, apart from the fact that most of the scenarios involve some sort of maze or other, which can get a bit annoying.
Lethal Weapon (Ocean)
A game that's easy to get into, easy to stay involved. It's also one of those you'll pick up every so often and enjoy a few goes.

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