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Shadow Sorcerer (US Gold)
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Baby Jo (Loriciel)
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A dreadful conversion of what was only an average coin-op in the first place...! Completely awful in almost every way.
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Deluxe Strip Poker II (CDS)
This is just dreadful and even cheap-thrill seekers will find this sad and witless. If you want women, spend the price of the game on porn mags instead.
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Mean Machine (Codemasters)
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Humorous and addictive in a cheap and cheerful kind of way.
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Manic Miner (Software Projects)
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