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Premiere (Core Design)
Premiere has its faults, but I suspect its warmth and all-round cute-appeal will be enough to win over most people.
Sim Earth (Ocean)
This is absolutely no fun at all to play. It tries to offer too much, and ends up offering nothing.
Well programmed, there's the occasional laugh to be had, it looks nice and could be ideal if you're baffled by traditional, tougher adventure games.
The Games '92 (Ocean)
Complexity, sluggishness and terrible animated graphics all highlight a game which has tried to do too much. I think it forgot the basics, and got bogged down in all the extraneous stuff.
Carl Lewis Challenge (Psygnosis)
Marginally entertaining and visually attractive, but really very deeply flawed.
Guy Spy And The Crystals Of Armageddon (Readysoft)
Guy Spy is awful, but encouraging. This style of game might just work if the developers can keep pumping up the gameplay.
Bug Bomber (Kingsoft)
Slightly better than Dyna Blaster as a one-player game, but not quite as good (although still very good indeed) with a big gang of chums.
An uninspired, overpriced and 'spacey' Gauntlet clone. I'm all for new angles on tried and tested concepts, but Cyberblast's authors should have made a lot more of the science fiction aspect.
Appallingly blatant rip-off of a two-year-old game, except not nearly as good. Even Kid Gloves 2 was better than this.
Paperboy 2 (Mindscape)
A crap version of a crap game. Stay as far away from it as possible. Move house if necessary.
Football Champ (Simulmondo)
It looks really impressive but it's more entertaining to watch than to play. It's the sad truth.
European Champions (Idea)
It's the same price as the amazing Sensible Soccer and has worse computer opposition than Cover Girl Poker! A really astonishingly, amazingly, mind-bogglingly dreadful football game.
Old-fashioned platform entertainment which is strictly for the melancholy with money to burn.
Air Bucks (Impressions)
It's a neat little game, but a fight to persevere with the menu system is the main challenge.
Super Tetris (MicroProse)
Vastly improved over the other official Amiga versions, but it just doesn't grip like a Tetris game should.
Crazy Seasons (Idea)
Not original in any way, but still pleasurably playable. The combination of platform and puzzle works well.
Tennis Cup 2 (Loriciel)
Good animation and graphics combine with an above average control system and plenty of useful options, making this one of the better tennis simulations.
Sly Spy: Secret Agent (The Hit Squad)
Wafer-thin but superficially enjoyable little James Bond romp that's actually better than most 'proper' James Bond games. It's probably one for the youngsters, really though.
Simplistic, but addictive original platformer, with quite a few neat touches. Not too bad at all.
Pang! (The Hit Squad)
An absolutely genuine, bona fide real McCoy-type classic game at a bargain price.
Nightbreed (The Hit Squad)
Respectable enough, but nothing actually to recommend it. Apart, possibly, from the exciting thunder and lightning effects.
Navy Moves (The Hit Squad)
Phenomenally irritating to start off with, and the rewards for perseverance aren't worth the effort.
International 3D Tennis (GBH)
A bit slow, and it could be accused of being more of a technical showpiece than a proper game. But it really is damned clever.
Narco Police (GBH)
Lots of original ideas and some nice graphics, but it's just too hard. And I seem to remember every other Dinamic game has the same problem.
Popeye 2 (Alternative)
Jolly and characterful '90s version of Donkey Kong. Not big, not clever, but quite hard, you'll have some good fun with this before the repetitiveness gets to you.
Puzznic (The Hit Squad)
One of the world's all-time great puzzle games... A game that'll last you for months and months.
Falcon & Mission Disks (Action 16)
Plenty of functions and a nice easy first skill level, but a bit more in the way of action wouldn't have gone amiss.
Sooty And Sweep (Alternative)
A walk-around-collecting-things game and a stupendously tedious waste of a licence.
Puffy's Saga (The Hit Squad)
A somewhat dated looking mazey-collect-'em-up that's fun to play in parts. In other parts you move in fits and starts and get horribly annoyed.
Pro Tennis Tour (The Hit Squad)
Practice makes perfect in this nice-looking tennis sim. If only you got to hit the ball a bit more, it'd be completely excellent.
Castle Master (The Hit Squad)
An action adventure with solid 3D graphics... Obviously not as full of wonder or importance as perhaps it once was, but great fun can still be had.
Emlyn Hughes International Soccer (Touchdown)
The computerised equivalent of a quick kickabout in the yard. Old fashioned but well worth the money.
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