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Human Killing Machine (US Gold)
Mindless fun! The sprites are really well done, even to having anatomically incorrect but very convincing legs.
A Question Of Sport (Elite)
Loved the show? You'll love this! The structure is a mite constricting, and there are features which would make the game more playable... but less like the Telly!
Barbarian II (Palace)
A fun game to play and watch! While the scenario is still a little dim-witted, it's all done with such enthusiasm, skill and style that I found myself itching to play it again and again.
If you want a tough test of your joystick prowess - and your patience - Jinks will suit you down to the ground. Otherwise, avoid it.
It's a straight-forward "shoot the evil empire's missiles before they shoot you" game. Overall graphic presentation is excellent, if limited in colour.
Crazy Cars II (Titus)
Play it at your peril, for while it's fun and is instantly appealing it is also annoyingly hard to beat. Not stunningly fast but it's fast enough.
The In Crowd (Ocean)
Not just a few warmed up leftovers, but some of the best games produced for the Amstrad over the past year and a bit.
Arcade Muscle (US Gold)
Lots of gloss and a nice cover - but desperately short on class.
Gargoyle Classics (Virgin)
Some of them look a little dated, but they all have an undisguisable quality. My personal favourite is Heavy On The Magick, a great blend of arcade action and adventure puzzles.
The Real Ghostbusters (Activision)
A very average game. It's let down badly by its drab appearance. I guess it's so dark for atmosphere, but frankly I'd rather see what I was doing.
A little luck is involved in avoiding all the hazards, and this is what lets down a simple but fun game.
Deceptively easy, a good (if plain looking) shoot-'em-up that's like the arcade but different.
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