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Jet Boot Jack (Amsoft)
The control is pixel accurate and very responsive - all round a very enjoyable game and well worth considering.
Pinball Wizard (ACE)
This game scores over the original in several respects; you don't need coins, you can choose the speed of the ball and there aren't three people leaning over the table.
Knight Lore (Ultimate)
Even if the fear of werewolves has never kept you awake at night this game will hook you until you rid yourself of the curse.
Sir Lancelot (Melbourne House)
This game is very similar to a lot of other games and to stand out would require some sort of novel touch - which, I'm afraid to say, it hasn't got.
Hopping onto a platform of the right colour requires a lot of concentration... Since the screen is ablaze with fluorescent colour, after a while not only does the head start to spin but the eyes as well!
If you enjoy games that need good timing and specific moves you may enjoy Confuzion.
Spook Loot (Andtronic)
Spook Loot could certainly do with some music and the movement is jerky, the lack of diagonals on the joystick control is quite frustrating.
Android One (Vortex)
I was hoping for some great ending on reaching the final screen. The effect was pretty good, but was it worth battling through fifteen screens for? - I think not.
The major fault of this program is, that it gives no information about how it arrived at the monthly sales result, making it difficult to adjust your decisions and improve your score.
Animated Strip Poker (Knight Soft)
A fun game. The animation is limited, only the scene when the girl removes her dress is well done but this is very well executed.
Number Painter (A.S.K.)
The graphics, although not up to arcade games standards, are still effective and colourful and the packaging well laid out and easy to follow.
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