|Genre:||Unknown Genre Type|
|Cover Art Language:||English|
|Machine Compatibility:||Amstrad CPC464, Amstrad CPC664|
|Release:||Magazine available via High Street/Mail Order|
|Original Release Date:||1st January 1988|
|Original Release Price:||Unknown|
|Market Valuation:||£1.50 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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Western Games (Magic Bytes/Ariolasoft)
Attractive graphics on every level... Great fun watching the expressions change of all the characters on screen.
Original and innovative gameplay that deserves financial and critical success.
Not a brilliant conversion but nice to play.
Not one of the better budget games, although there are some intriguing problems on higher levels.
Agent X II (Mastertronic Added Dimension)
If the game was as good as the sound and graphics then this would be a Rave.
Well animated characters and smooth movement... Ideal for puzzlers and cartographers!
Commando in a jeep... It lacks so much in originality that I got bored with it very quickly.
It's all very well to have what you might call a 'spoof' martial arts game, but the joke's on whoever buys this.
Whether you're a fan of the original Gauntlet or not this will keep you occupied through the winter months.
Comprehensive and astounding... Arcade football games have reached a new height.
A humorous, compulsive adventure... Spectacular screen effects and effectively two games for the price of one.
Chamonix Challenge (Infogrames)
Likely to appeal to mountaineering enthusiasts only. Also frustrating when you keep slipping down the slopes.
Definitely one for my simulations collection, but for excitement I would stick with a shoot-'em-up.
Aliens: US Version (Electric Dreams)
Level one's animation is good but it's let down by shoddy, small characters afterwards.
Clever And Smart (Magic Bytes/Ariolasoft)
Unhelpful, not very well animated and undetailed graphics. It should prove a tricky game to solve.
Flash Gordon (Mastertronic Added Dimension)
Part one is rubbish. Parts two and three are OK. Overall, a very poor effort.
Smooth animation and scrolling... There's not much thought, but it's a lot of fun.
If you like exploration games of this type then many long hours will pass before you complete this one.
Out Of The World (Reaktor/Ariolasoft)
A worthwhile addition to any collection... Eight levels may not sound like much, but they do get hard very quickly.
Very attractive, hand-digitised graphics... Every bit as good (if not better!) than the Atari ST version.
A rather middle-of-the-road game, albeit an improvement in style and programming over previous releases.
Underneath the complex and very attractive exterior, lies a game that is difficult to control and is, at heart, a fairly simple search and destroy scenario.
Professional Adventure Writer (Gilsoft)
An excellent product - well documented and flexible enough to suit the most ambitious adventure game writer.
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