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Frenzy (Micro Power)
This is a very simple game, easy to play but difficult to master.
Block Buster (Micro Power)
Micro Power, masters of the multi-coloured moving screen, never fail to live up to their reputation as quality games writers and this one is particularly nice.
Frog Shooter (Kuma)
Manoeuvring is not easy, but even if it were, this would still be nothing more than a lifeless, boring game.
A hectic piece of work. I kinda suspect that the key to lasting success is through the secret transporters hidden about the screen.
Sea Quest (Dragon Data)
Apart from running round in circles, the only other option in this game is to drown yourself.
Johnny Reb (Lothlorien)
Very low-res. Very Basic. Very bad game to spend hard-earned money on.
Shenanigans (Dragon Data)
A limited vocabulary and fairly dull graphics don't spoil what turns out to be a pleasantly thorny game.
Renegade Robots (Senator)
This is a bit like a giant sliding block puzzle, added aggro coming by way of the now familiar group of vicious robots.
Attack On Windscale (Phoenix)
Although we put our best men on it, no-one got past the second screen.
Free Fall (Acornsoft)
This isn't an easy game. If you don't have a joystick think seriously about having a few extra hands grafted on.
3D Lunattack (Hewson)
A classy climax to Hewson's Seiddab trilogy and well worth checking out.
Night Gunner (Digital Integration)
Despite the army fatigues this is pretty standard shoot-'em-up fare, in which enemy fighter planes whirl and tease your straining gunsight.
This could set a new standard in BBC graphics. If you see it, buy it.
Triple Tournament (Terminal)
How, one asks, have Terminal managed to supply three games for the price of one? Easy, they fish around in other people's dustbins.
An infuriating medieval quest. There are six levels to traverse, all of which boast considerable peril.
Trek (Acorn User/Micrograf)
A complicated, if pretty basic-looking, space game. After all the guff in the build-up, it's a bit of a disappointment.
It's The Wooluf (Crystal Computing)
There's very little to say about this. It's woolly stuff indeed.
Space Command (Virgin)
The graphics are nice, although nowhere near as sensational as the promo blurb would have you believe, and the gameplay is tough.
In short, another one of those games where you have to shift blocks in a line. All good clean fun.
A board-type game of "skill, memory, logic and nerve for two players". The included instructions, both on inlay and on-screen, bear no relation as to how to play.
Black Hawk (Creative Sparks)
Fast action and lots of variety.
Sea Adventure (Virgin)
A major step backwards. The graphics in Mode 7 are feeble. The occasional animation displays a profound flair for the non-event.
Drum Kit (Quicksilva)
While its use as a serious instrument are somewhat dubious, as a practice instrument it could definitely prove its worth.
ACOS+ (Melbourne House)
A nice package to speed up cassette loading. It looks at its catalogue and then lets you fast-wind the tape to the position of the file you've asked for.
Paint Pic (Kuma)
It works, but it's expensive and unless you enjoy spending weeks on a drawing think about something else.
Scope II (ISP)
With this and Gilsoft's The Quill the Spectrum games market has been blown apart. Owners of the original Scope should upgrade immediately.
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