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Flimbo's Quest (System 3)
Flimbo's Quest is cutesy, colourful and not too difficult... It's very frustrating and you'll keep playing with grim determination.
What an excellent game! If Burnin' Rubber on the console set new standards for driving games, then Switchblade does the same for platform adventures.
Grand Prix Circuit (Accolade)
You'll be cheesed off by always having to qualify, and by the antics of the other cars. Plus, even Satoro Nakajima is faster than this!
Soccer Star (Cult Games)
A curious hybrid. Neither part really works well on its own, but together they are a lot of fun!
Cup Football (Cult Games)
Standard sim with commentary and vidi-printer.
The Footballer (Cult Games)
Just another management simulation.
Quattro Combat (Codemasters)
All good games, being the cream of the crop from the Codies' back catalogue. All pit you against overwhelming odds, which you have to overcome by inflicting all manner of death and destruction.
Not bad, and editing your own screens is fun, but you'll tire of the whole thing far too soon.
Magic Land Dizzy (Codemasters)
Dizzy fans will be right at home. You'll play and play and play...
The Spy Who Loved Me (Domark)
Pretty enough and, initially, challenging and addictive. But it gets very monotonous... There isn't enough variety.
Midnight Resistance (Ocean)
A slow-moving but very playable game. It's surprisingly addictive despite the sedate pace.
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