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Tape-To-Disc: What's It All About?
One of the most enjoyable Ultimate games I've ever failed miserably to solve.
Frantic zapping is what it's all
about, and as such Wriggler gets my vote.
The Bells (Blaby)
There's little to say about a game like this... except the comment Quasimodo himself utters when falling from the battlements: Aaaaaaaargh!
The character graphics are very disappointing and could have been much better with a little more colour.
Spitfire '40 (Mirrorsoft)
It wasn't quite my finest hour playing this game, but it's enjoyable enough and I'm always happy to see a flight simulator that lets you go and shoot things.
The odd clever touch and the odd stroke of wit were no compensation for the dull gameplay. A game like this has got to be much bigger and a whole lot better to succeed these days.
Theatre Europe (PSS)
A chilling game. Needless to say, presentation is of a very high standard; the accompanying material adds greatly to the background, while game graphics and sound are excellent.
Death Wake (Quicksilva/Argus Press)
It's hard to
summon up any kind of enthusiasm for a
game as merely average as this.
Tornado Low Level (Vortex)
Mind-blowing! Certainly a game that I could spend hours on end playing and just marvelling at that high speed smooth scrolling.
Sweevo's World (Gargoyle Games)
An enchanting arcade adventure, with some tough and very funny puzzles.
A great combination of trading and shoot-'em-up.
Gyroscope (Melbourne House)
A great game that could be just that bit better.
Barry McGuigan's World Championship Boxing (Activision)
The best Amstrad boxing game yet...! Excellent graphical and sound touches like Knock Outs and crowd roar. A real knockout!
Life Expectancy Zero (Blaby)
The scrolling title screen is nice, but the gameplay would put an insomniac to sleep.
Tim Love's Cricket (Peaksoft)
The best cricket game yet on Amstrad. Features a really tough computer opponent or two player excitement.
The Hustler (Bubble Bus)
As far as pool goes, this has multiple players, choice of spin, smooth, clear graphics at a reasonable price. It won't, however, prepare you for the real thing.
Remote Excavation Module (Blaby)
The whole game seems to operate at slow motion pace. As it is, it can only be recommended to masochists and rock fetishists.
Caves Of Doom (Mastertronic)
Nice variety of dangers and obstacles... The initial 30 locations are tough.
If I were you, I'd just buy a book - the program is superfluous and too much like hard work getting through.
Aladdin's Cave (Artic)
Some interesting screen design and features. It's not one of those tough, demanding challenges - but a fellow needs a rest sometimes.
May be too drawn out for many but if you like a game that can go on for hours and hours then this is for you.
Quiz Quest (Alligata)
The questions seem well put together and pretty tough too, but a bit more thought on the gameplay side could have improved things a lot.
The Worm In Paradise (Level 9 Computing)
This is just out of this world...! Even for us dedicated adventurers, I reckon there's a good few days' work here.
The Pilgrim Peeks... The Pilgrim Pokes...
Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy (Infocom)
This game could really force a number of British software houses to think twice about the sort of product they're putting out!
As with all Infocom games, the quality of design and the vividness of the location descriptions makes this a true adventure classic.
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