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Frenetic and exciting... Few people can resist its appeal... Next stop - addiction!
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Controlling the character is tricky and I found the game ultimately a frustrating experience.
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Six testing stages... Reasonable 3D graphics which are certainly distinctive - they can look similar to when other micros crash!
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It will take an incredibly long time to perfect this game and most people won't be bothered.
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Very attractive to look at... Clever ideas for screens and animation... The screens are very tough.
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I've racked my brains to find something good to say about this game, but I haven't been able to come up with anything.
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Very good value... The ship and air-attack sections are very classy, although the tank-attack suffers from the machine's jerky scrolling.
A good war game, particularly if you like fighting against the odds.
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Stunning original game-play... A tremendous lasting challenge.
At 1,000 screens you're going to find it's not just your robot's psyche that gets drained.
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Absolutely wizard! Superb graphics, smooth movement, and a really intriguing game.
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Tremendous graphics and animation and a puzzling task to really test the mind.
An excellent combination of arcade action and true adventuring. Solving the puzzles is extremely satisfying.
The Rocky Horror Show (CRL)
The wacky originality carries over from the film, with a good rendition of "Let's do the Time Warp" too.
Knight Lore (Ultimate)
Brilliant 3D graphics and animation coupled with unique gameplay should put this in anybody's top three games.
Alien 8 (Ultimate)
Horrendously addictive game-play plus slick packaging and instructions.
Technician Ted (Hewson)
Good graphics and sound, with 21 tough tasks to complete.
Roland In Time (Amsoft)
A very challenging game, will take a long time to solve.
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Excellent, colourful, well-animated graphics... This is a hard challenge needing plenty of skill.
Roland On The Ropes (Amsoft)
Colourful graphics with different maze layouts and object positions.
All-action as you charge around the rooms... Good music to accompany the game.
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A tough task calling for mapping and fast action of the large playing area.
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Very original game scenario... A difficult task with plenty of playing area.
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The scenery can play many tricks with disappearing floors, conveyor belts, lifts, slides and water.
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Lots of tough and varied screens.
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There is little variation... It's got a really dated feel.
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Graphics and sound are poor... Slow movement is frustrating.
A dated game concept that won't tax the brain. Flickery graphics when aliens overlap too.
Astro Attack (Amsoft)
Simple graphics and sound, with no real variety in screens. Satellites that can be picked up for bonus points and an extra life at 10,000 points.
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There are plenty of problems and levels to get you started and to provide a challenge.
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An original mixture of trading, adventuring and good fortune.
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Good instrumentation and a rapid display update.
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Great instructions with background detail. A good simulation needing accurate tactical thinking.
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Good two-player entertainment, and the one-player version also plays a reasonable game of pool.
Virtually no skill involved. No interest as a one-player game, but could be fun for several players.
Steve Davis Snooker (CDS Microsystems)
Smooth, fast-moving balls... High break table.
A challenging game so that you need practice, like the real thing.
Frank 'N Stein (PSS)
Cute touches like the animation of Stein... Infuriatingly addictive as you try to crack screens.
Twenty screens offer a tough long-term challenge. Platform action is addictive as ever.
Mr. Freeze (Firebird)
The main character movement is slow although it offers taxing action and route-finding.
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