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Disappointing backgrounds and colour schemes and, in green, several screens are completely unplayable.
Forbidden Planet (Design Design)
Weird and humorous features in a game that's not really playable. Two bonus games are thrown in though.
2112 AD (Design Design)
Well designed and attractive rooms. However, control of Poddy will drive you up the wall.
Nick Faldo Plays The Open (Mind Games/Argus Press)
Very nicely presented with lots of detail on the course.
Alien Highway (Vortex)
Maddeningly addictive - you've just got to see the end.
Good, but tough. Requires both strategic and arcade skills.
The Fifth Axis (Activision/Loriciels)
The gameplay is all action with little strategy involved but the time zones get very difficult and present a lot of challenge.
Into Oblivion (Mastertronic)
If you want something big and difficult to map, it's certainly good value. If you want gameplay, on the other hand, it just hasn't got any.
Monty On The Run (Gremlin)
The gameplay isn't very original... but fans of platform games should enjoy it.
10 Computer Hits 2 (Beau-Jolly)
A great package for the new Amstrad owner. Many excellent titles that still look good today.
Doesn't have the depth and strategy of some games but it has a wealth of originality, addictiveness and great action.
Turbo Esprit (Durell)
There's lots of action here that will test you to the limit.
Good quiz action that may well get you thinking.
Glass (Quicksilva/Argus Press)
The whole thing is repetitive and predictable and won't even be of interest to a mindless shoot-'em-up fan.
The game is certainly one for the mindless blasters that will really test the reflexes and the muscles in your joystick hand.
Samantha Fox Strip Poker (Martech)
Plays pretty good poker but... the "hook" in having Sam Fox is totally pointless and, for many, offensive.
3D Clock Chess (CP Software)
An excellent chess program that will test even stronger players.
Swords And Sorcery (PSS)
Plenty of depth for those who stick with it, but tremendously difficult to appreciate properly.
Good screen and icon design in lots of attractive colours. Lots of depth and difficulty.
Lots of well drawn and atmospheric locations, with original gameplay features.
Winter Games (US Gold/Epyx)
Disk version has seven exciting events, and excellent gameplay with some tough events. Tape version is a nasty multi-loader.
Redhawk (Melbourne House)
There are some reasonable puzzles to be solved here, and the novelty of the comic strip approach holds up for a while.
I never thought I'd find myself bestowing anything other than rapturous praise upon an Infocom game, but I suppose sooner or later the letdown had to come.
Treasure Tunnels (Plasma Touch)
Look, this game is really quite simple fare, but it is well written, well thought-out, and succeeds in evoking a classic Colossal Cave atmosphere.
Wishbringer is in the best Infocom tradition, which means that, £28.70 allowing, it just has to be yours!
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