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Tau Ceti (CRL)
This game beats ordinary shoot-em-ups into a cocked hat.
This is one complicated game!
Three Weeks In Paradise (Mikro-Gen)
The variety of the locations and puzzles and the quality of the graphics make this a worthy buy.
Sweevo's World (Gargoyle Games)
A platform game with a pleasant level of humour.
Sir Fred (Zigurat)
With 58 different game plans it should keep you very occupied, and as it is possible to complete some of them without seeing all the locations, you will be back for just one more go.
Spindizzy (Electric Dreams)
Addictive, surreal, challenging, professional - do yourself and your Amstrad a favour, and get a copy of Spindizzy today.
Zorro (U. S. Gold)
Neither stunning nor very original. Some players will find it entertaining and will keep at their keyboard for a long while trying to sort out which object does what, but I think most game players will find it a bore.
Le 5:eme Axe (Loriciels)
Brilliantly animated sprites... You can jump, duck, or fend off the spears but if you fail to get the timing right you'll end up with one through your head, stomach or feet.
Tornado Low Level (Vortex)
A masterpiece... The speed at which the 16k of screen memory is scrolled about, especially in supersonic flight, is quite outstanding.
Theatre Europe (ERE Informatique)
Some might consider this to be in bad taste but I believe that any scenario that challenges the intellect and educates is valid, provided it doesn't trivialise serious matters.
Cluedo (Leisure Genius)
A computerised version of Cluedo... It's a direct take-off of the original, but with less cheating.
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