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A surprisingly quiet game which responds well but looks a bit uninspired at times.
Atlantic Challenge (Virgin)
This is a neat caricature, with some good details. Pity that there's no sound to speak of!
Blockbusters: Gold Run (Macsen)
It accurately represents the TV show. But there are no mega prizes to be won, not a Blockbusters sweatshirt in sight, and no effervescent Bob Holness presenting!
The Boggit (CRL)
A very playable parody of The Hobbit, well presented with some tricky bits.
Dan Dare (Virgin)
The graphics are excellent and colour is very cleverly done, leaving a bright and attractive game.
Danger Mouse In Making Whoopee (Sparklers)
A budget-looking, unremarkable cartoon jaunt with a jolly tune and some fair effects. Control is a bit tricky in relation to the car.
Dynamite Dan 2 (Mirrorsoft)
A bright and cheerful game where the future of pop music, never mind the mental health of mankind, is in your hands.
The Graphic Adventure Creator (Incentive)
This utility has already set a new standard on other micros. The response to this much improved product should be extraordinary.
The garbled and hotch-potch instructions are infuriating... the last thing an already complex game needs as an introduction.
Mermaid Madness (Electric Dreams)
A fairly responsive game with large graphics. It's colourful but there are attribute clashes and flicker throughout.
Mission Omega (Mind Games)
Apart from the dreadful instructions, and the rather steep price, the game really is worth taking a closer look at.
The Music Box (Melbourne House)
If you were only going to buy one music program, then buy The Music Box for the 128. It's a definite winner, and will take a lot of beating.
Reasonable is about the best compliment I can give to this cassetteful of missed opportunities.
Rupert And The Ice Castle (Bug-Byte)
Despite the finely detailed, non-attribute-clashing graphics, the game is unresponsive and therefore distinctly average.
Sbugetti Junction (Bug-Byte)
A simple game with nothing wonderful about it. Not really recommended.
Stainless Steel (Mikro-Gen)
Steel by name and steel by nature: it takes more than a few androids to despatch this teenage super hero.
Summer Santa (Alpha Omega)
An uninspired-looking game. The use of colour is poor and keyboard responsiveness is average. Lots of screens though.
A pretty, neatly done game which responds well to your commands.
The Very Big Cave Adventure (CRL)
Offers a great deal; it's not only a super spoof but a polished and well orchestrated adventure in its own right.
Xarq (Electric Dreams)
Small and detailed graphics, simplistic sound and a game that responds too well to your keypresses!
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