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Back To Skool (Microsphere)
Microsphere have come up with a winner here, helping old crumblies like me to remember the best days of their lives.
BC's Quest For Tires (Software Projects)
Graphically this game isn't outstanding... A lot of attribute problems mar what neatness the graphics have.
Big Ben Strikes Again (Artic)
This game falls short and lets Artic down. Lode Runner did this sort of thing much better.
Bomber Bob (Bug-Byte)
Keyboard play is unresponsive and the use of colour is not very exciting.
Brainstorm (Bubble Bus)
An unremarkable game with poor sound.
Chickin' Chase (Firebird)
Big jolly graphics... You score points according to how long you manage to keep all the eggs safe and madam happy.
Critical Mass (Durell)
The handling of the craft really surprised me; the inertial effects produced by hitting rocks and firing your laser are wonderful. They are some of the best on any Spectrum game that I've played.
Discs Of Death (Artic)
A bit of a let down but it may appeal to some. I'm sure Artic can turn out better stuff than this.
There are several things about this one that annoy me, the main being the way that you only die sometimes when you are touched by a nasty. This can be a little disconcerting.
A great deal of thought has gone into the design of these packages, and they are by far the best series of early learning programs I have seen.
Grumpy Gumphrey Super Sleuth (Gremlin)
A nice little game and, though it may not appeal to everyone, l really liked it.
Gyroscope (Melbourne House)
An extremely good game - but it might just become a little repetitive after a while.
I'd recommend this to anyone who likes "think" games, but I don't think arcade players would enjoy it too much as it can get a little boring at times.
I Of The Mask (Electric Dreams)
A very impressive game... If you like maze games, there's no excuse for not buying it.
International Rugby (Artic)
Nothing extra special but is still great fun to play.
Journey's End (Master Adventurer)
Journey's End is the type of adventure where progress through the various terrains is achieved by pressing a cursor key.
One Man And His Droid (Mastertronic)
A sort of arcade/strategy game which can be quite absorbing. For £1.99 it costs, considering the level of finish, it's a good deal.
The Secret Diary Of Adrian Mole (Level 9/Mosaic)
Very good, and different. The humour is poignant and clever.
The Snow Queen (St. Brides)
An atmospheric adventure... I really quite enjoyed playing it.
Sorderon's Shadow (Beyond)
The minor niggles here are symptomatic of a deeper flaw to this game: it can take a considerable effort at times to muster sufficient will to carry on.
Far too much like Manic Miner and not enough new features. At £1.99, some will think this is good buy.
Tau Ceti (CRL)
When we saw the preview version, we suspected that it would be excellent... It has far surpassed anyone's expectations.
Terrormolinos (Melbourne House)
First it was Hampstead, now it's the Spanish package holiday which gets the Lever/Jones treatment, and a jolly good job they've done too.
It's almost a waste of a name this one - little more than the shape of the ships and the theme tune ties it into the TV series. In its own right, though, not a bad little game.
Tomahawk (Digital Integration)
If you liked Fighter Pilot then this is the natural progression; if you've never seen it, give this one a go - it could well get you hooked!
It's great to have a classic game to review. This won't wear out overnight by any means.
World Series Basketball (Imagine)
If you like this type of game, World Series Basketball is very good.
Some of the graphics are outstanding - technically excellent - but overall there's not enough to do.
Zoot (Bug Byte)
It's not a bad game, but it's not a remarkable one either, even for a budget label.
If you're open minded about games and are bored with the norm, get this one... yesterday.
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