Navy Moves
By Dinamic
Spectrum 48K/128K/+2/+3

Published in Crash #65


'When I first saw it I thought it looked hard, and I was right. But what's the point in having a game that doesn't offer much of a challenge? At least Navy Moves will give you more lastability at this level of difficulty. What's likeable about all Dinamic games is that they come in two parts, and in Navy Moves part two is even better than part one, a great 'explore the different rooms' game in a similar vein to the Saboteur series. All the graphics are of the highest quality, there's plenty of colour... an of course a little clash. Sound is sparse with no tunes, just the odd effect, but I still thoroughly enjoyed the game. An excellent piece of software.'

Nick RobertsMike Dunn

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