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Mastermix (U. S. Gold)
You're getting a whole lot for your money with this little lot.
Turtles World Tour (Electronic Crayon)
Turtles World Tour won't appeal to everybody but, as stated on the box, for the 4-12 year olds, it's both great fun as well as being educational.
Robocop 2 (Ocean)
There are seven levels in all, each of which is cunningly thought out to provide a real challenge with gripping gameplay. You'll be able to complete it, but not without some real effort and cunning of your own.
S.T.U.N. Runner (Domark)
As a futuristic race game with a difference, runner is well worth getting hold of and, with the sheer scale of the tunnel network, it should keep you busy for some time.
Turrican 2 (Rainbow Arts)
graphics are superb, the varied music and sound effects are excellent and, above all, the gameplay is gripping.
E-Swat (U. S. Gold)
Not a bad example of a horizontally-scrolling shootie, with a couple of platforms thrown in for good measure, but nothing to sell your hamster for.
Edd The Duck (Impulze)
Fun as far as it goes, but for lasting interest in the playability stakes, it might be advisable to stick to that old gem of vertical scrollers, Flimbo's Quest.
With over 500 different locations, you're sure to be kept busy for some time, during which, you won't have time to get tired either.
Miami Cobra GT (Players)
The graphics are clear, there's a nice soundtrack and, above all, it's fun. Don't miss it.
A challenge you'll want to come back to again and again.
An excellent combination of adventure, action and puzzle. With some cute graphics and a nice, atmospheric soundtrack, it's excellent value for money on the budget label.
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