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Super Sprint for the '90s. A brilliant blast but with an added hint of adventure.
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Tough as hell but very playable... Wonderful graphics and sound.
North And South (Infogrames)
An extremely playable game... Will have gamesters of all kinds stuck to their CPCs for hours, especially when two players join in the fun.
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Frustrating, annoying, addictive... I just can't leave it alone.
Pick 'N Pile (Ubisoft)
A fast-action puzzler that will get you hooked - but will it keep you going?
Strider 2 (US Gold)
A poor sequel that's too easy by far.
S.T.U.N. Runner (Domark)
An over-ambitious project that's fallen flat on its face.
Crete 1941 (Cases)
It's not going to grab you straight away. Dedicated wargaming fans will persevere, though.
A great, great game - if only there had been a little more to it.
Golden Axe (Virgin)
Golden Axe is graphically quite pretty, but the gameplay is a bit too slow and jerky to retain the excitement of the arcade original.
Dragon Breed (Activision)
Difficult but rewarding horizontal blast. A Spectrum port with a banal colour scheme but neat scrolling.
Eswat (US Gold)
A low-quality conversion of a rather poor coin-op. It's very repetitive, chock full of minor and screen glitches and the overall effect is nothing short of abysmal.
Narco Police (Dinamic)
Bold and original, but badly flawed in its execution... A large and potentially fun mission marred by frustrating gameplay.
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