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Cybernoid II (Hewson Consultants)
Behind the excellent programming lies an old and tired concept. What is the point of wasting outstanding programming talent on a poorly disguised shoot-'em-up?
Trivial Pursuit: A New Beginning (Domark)
The irrelevant plot, average graphics and sheer tedium of the game give a new meaning to the word trivial.
Guerrilla War (Imagine)
Although Guerrilla War is Cliff Richard's fave coin-op, Sentient Software hasn't done it any good in the conversion. The graphics are crude and the sound is just adequate.
Control of your craft and of the weapons has been made difficult enough to ensure that it is not just a matter of point and fire. A good deal of concentration is needed.
The Lost Legacy Of Xim (SkySlip Computers)
It's not one of the friendliest adventures... In fact, it may well have you cursing under your breath.
Motorbike Madness (Mastertronic)
The sound is adequate, the scrolling is without a flicker. All would be right with the world was it not for the fact that the game is impossibly hard.
Video Classics (Silverbird)
If Video Classics was debugged, it might make an enjoyable history lesson... But for those who buy games to play and enjoy, forget it, I've seen better games on pocket calculators.
Thunderblade (U. S. Gold)
Thunder Blade is an impressive programming achievement. It is also a very good game.
Return Of The Jedi (Domark)
Quite addictive, certainly better than the last offering in the Star Wars series. The graphics aren't bad and the scrolling is excellent for the Amstrad.
Four Soccer Simulators (Codemasters)
Neither as well programmed nor as realistic a simulation as Match Day II, but it is fast and challenging plus you do get four games for your money.
Gary Lineker's Superskills (Gremlin)
Do not buy this game - that term is used loosely - unless you have to get rid of money for tax reasons. You certainly won't be able to play it.
Lancelot (Level 9 Computing)
Level 9's best yet.
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