|Genre:||Unknown Genre Type|
|Cover Art Language:||English|
|Machine Compatibility:||Spectrum 48K, Spectrum 128K, Spectrum +2, Spectrum +3|
|Release:||Magazine available via High Street/Mail Order|
|Original Release Date:||1st January 1987|
|Original Release Price:||Unknown|
|Market Valuation:||£3.00 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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Playable and addictive with stacks of missions, and a wide range of possibilities for skimmer alteration.
Adventure (Adventure Software)
Another version of Colossal Caves is the last thing we want.
The most comprehensive graphics utility on the Spectrum scene.
Easy to get into, but goes on to be very testing... The screen scrolls in characters but it is so fast you don't really notice.
Graphically, Breakthru is fair, but the colourful scenery is let down by the very poor scrolling and terrible sprites.
A highly polished product, with very thoughtful details like seeing the last trick, score card, doubling and redoubling. It's good to see someone having a go at an underexploited market.
Contact Sam Cruise (Microsphere)
Aspiring detectives will love Sam Cruise, and I'm sure it will be a hit.
The graphics are very pretty, and the colour is sploshed about fairly elaborately, but I'm sure a little more content wouldn't have gone amiss.
Eidolon is fairly playable, and addictive, dependent on whether the game style appeals to you or not.
Fairlight II: Trail Of Darkness (The Edge)
The inertia and differing gravities of objects varying in weight is finely produced, and the whole game is one that's well worth getting.
The graphics are very good, each of the characters is very well drawn and animated and the backgrounds are colourful.
The long, atmospheric location descriptions, the clever and entertaining plot, and the super way the whole thing is dished up, makes this package one to remember.
Graphically Kat Trap is slick, the characters we well animated and the backgrounds are colourful. It plays well and it looks good too.
King's Keep is very easy to get into; but basically the game is another boring adventure that doesn't excite any of my feelings, and the result is a very dead end game.
Once you accept the game's limited vocabulary, you can then sit back and enjoy a highly original and graphically pleasing game.
Marble Madness Construction Set (Melbourne House)
Apart from being unplayable I also found it very inaccurate - constantly I found myself disappearing down holes that weren't there, and rebounding off invisible walls.
Nosferatu The Vampyre (Piranha)
The sound is also very good with lots of effects and a lovely tune on the title screen. All in all, I'm glad to see that Piranha can still produce excellent games.
Orbix The Terrorball (Streetwise)
The cover artwork is excellent, with the massive sphere dominating everything, but unfortunately, the game doesn't seem to be of the same calibre.
The perspective is very good, and though the variation of colour starts to hurt the eyes after a while, I could play this game for hours.
Shrewsbury Key isn't too bad; although the pictures are simple, they are at least colourful, and the character set has been redesigned.
The graphics are well above average but they do tend to get a little messy at times. Your character is well drawn but I feel that he could have a few more poses to complete the flying effect.
The graphics are incredibly bad, and the game is an awful attempt of a Full Throttle copy.
The animated vector graphics are just sooo great! The whole thing is destined to become a classic.
This game isn't very playable; this is probably because all the game has to it is wandering through the same ol' screens again and again.
Terminus features some nice touches; like the dissolving walls and different bullets - but I didn't really like the game as a whole very much.
This is the first 128K only Speccy game that I've seen; if the rest are of the same quality as this then I'll take back my oldie rusty 16K door stop Sinclair any day!
They Stole A Million (39 Steps)
The first part is a bit boring, the second lottery stage really is good fun. You've got to be on the ball at all times. Go and buy it.
I found the game very easy to play, but too simple for any serious game.
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