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P47 Thunderbolt (Firebird)
The game is enjoyable and will probably hold the attention for a while as you struggle to overcome the rigours of war.
Jack Nicklaus (Accolade)
The graphics are good when they eventually appear and the challenge is enough to keep you interested for as long as it takes to reach a good level.
The Biz (Ocean)
Three very good games and one average one... together they represent excellent value for money.
Beverly Hills Cop (Tynesoft)
A nice package of four games in one... None of them are outstanding, but they gel together coherently, provide a varied arcade challenge, and even the title music is quite passable.
X-Out (Rainbow Arts)
For sheer blastability you will have to look hard and long to beat this game.
Spherical is a real gem. Its combination of strategy and skill throws down the gauntlet to the boldest of gamesters and will keep you coming back again and again.
Rock 'N Roll (Rainbow Arts)
For those with enough patience and a love of maze and puzzle games, discovering the point of the game will be a challenge.
Ninja Warriors (Virgin Games)
Uninspired, uninteresting, dull and boring.
Laser Squad (Blade)
This one or two player strategy combat with five scenarios ensures some serious thought and some serious blasting.
Joe Blade III (Players Premier)
If rescuing hostages seems to be getting a little overplayed, there are a couple of neat little subgames to keep you on the straight and narrow.
Pub Trivia (Codemasters)
Five separate categories and plenty of extra questions on the back of the tape if you start getting bored with the originals.
Blade Warrior (Codemasters)
Find the scroll of the dead, avoid the tridents and leap the chasms to hell.
Wizard Willy (Cartoon Time)
Wizard Willy is certainly colourful, quite fun to play, but definitely not for the seasoned zappers.
Alien Syndrome (RAD)
The graphics are excellent, the sound gives good vibrations and, yes, it is addictive.
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