You've read the book, now buy the cassette! Melbourne House's Enter The Dragon paperback was a winner from the start.
The cassettes mean that you don't have to go through the book laboriously typing in each bit. In many cases, I've still gone back to the book as an insight into a game's construction.
I can only mention a few of the games and give you a flavour of the contents. On cassette A, 3-D Treasure Hunt is beautifully conceived.
As with all the games, the graphics were very good but the games themselves needed some extra work. That's where you come in.
Chopper was similarly very good on graphics but poor on interest. Flight Simulator required a joystick and provided a challenging hop round the airfield followed by a landing viewed from the cockpit.
On cassette B, there were 14 items, including the fascinating Talking Dragon.
With so many good games (fifteen on cassette A) these tapes have to be a good buy and I recommend both of them.