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Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade (Lucasfilm)
Despite the game bearing more resemblance to some of the earlier platform games its large, animated sprites and fiendish designs make it worthy of the Indiana name.
Eliminator (Hewson Consultants)
The Amstrad has been given a particularly sad version of Eliminator. It's a shame because the 16-bit versions are quite good.
Super Nudge 2000 (Mastertronic)
A fruit machine is about winning money while drinking pints of Directors. Playing a computer imitation while drinking office coffee cannot compare.
Storm Warrior (Elite)
The concepts behind the game are not new: you have probably seen them all before, yet I enjoyed it and fully recommend it.
The Story So Far Volume 2 (Elite)
With three quality games, one mediocre and one very poor this is not particularly good value but then if you do not possess any of the three
good ones it is worth the money.
Dominator (System 3)
Adequate just about sums up this one.
MiG 29 (Codemasters)
MiG-29 may not be the most sophisticated of games... but it certainly beats Afterburner in my novella.
Gemini Wing (Virgin Games)
This must be one of the fastest and busiest shoot-'em-ups on the market - real frontier work on your Amstrad.
Will keep the most ardent puzzle solver bemused for hours.
Licence To Kill (Domark)
Six sub-games combine to bring you the escapades of Bond in one explosive package.
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