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Barbarian II (Palace)
The lack of a save game option means that you have to start from scratch every time but once you've put in a little sword practice you should be able to slice your way through the earlier levels with little difficulty.
Gary Lineker's Hot Shot! (Gremlin)
Play flows along at a happy, care-free pace, with no regard for realism, but it's fun nonetheless.
Premier II (E & J Software)
I wouldn't say that Premier II was in division one for soccer games; more like jostling in the play-offs.
Rock Star Ate My Hamster (Codemasters)
I think that CodeMasters have a hit on their hands here. Play wise, Rock Star is a gem, being operated by easy-to-follow menus.
Fun School 2 (Database)
Full marks to Database, you can go to the top of the class.
A Question Of Sport (Elite)
The game is slow, boring, and far too stupidly hard.
Arcade Muscle (U. S. Gold)
Now please listen to my warning: I shall only say this once. Arcade Muscle is sincerely awful.
BMX Simulator 2 (Codemasters)
One for all you masochists out there.
Despite my ineptitude I found the game quite addictive, with lots of failure to clear a level in the allotted time means the loss of a life.
Graphically, Pac-Land is superb and a superb arcade conversion... Grandslam has something to be proud of here.
Emlyn Hughes International Soccer (Audiogenic)
A marvellous way for the less energetic of this world to play football.
Crazy Cars II (Titus)
Crazy Cars II is the most strategical racing game to be released on the Amstrad, and is easily the best yet.
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