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Chase H. Q. (Ocean)
A stunning arcade conversion. Ramming the bad guys off the road is fun, and makes this game a real smasher!
P-47 Thunderbolt (Firebird)
P-47 may not tell it how it really was, but after a scant few seconds playing you'll agree, it's the way it should have been.
Beverly Hills Cop (Tynesoft)
Far too easy. All the good ideas in the world can't save a game if you finish it in one afternoon!
Gazza's Super Soccer (Empire)
Difficult to control, and your players all move as if they've got springs under their boots.
The Biz (Ocean)
Variety is the spice of good games and here, while they're all from one overall sphere - arcade/action, you get to play four completely different game styles.
Ninja Warriors (Virgin)
A reasonable conversion... Your ninjas do really neat forward somersaults, but that's about it.
Galaxy Force (Activision)
A tiresome arcade blast... More of a Galaxy Farce than Force.
Pub Trivia (Codemasters)
Instant quiz fun with 2,000 questions... You won't call time on Pub Trivia for ages!
Pro Tennis Simulator (Codemasters)
Nice little game, not quite up to Wimbledon standards, though.
Super Tank Simulator (Codemasters)
The structuring of levels acts against the game, hiding its innovative features behind an everyday facade.
Space Harrier (Encore)
A true CPC classic... Slap it in the tape deck now, and get wasting!
The Orifice From Outer Space (Secondcite)
Orifice is a great game, but it's a touch too easy. The author boasts that he writes games that anyone can complete...!
Adventure Compilation (Len Townsend)
Three adventures for £3 means you can't go wrong, but be warned that they aren't the best around - nor the worst either.
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