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Action Force 2 (Virgin Games)
It's bound to be a great game for high-scoring arcade players, although I doubt the addictiveness will last as long among the rest of us.
Ballbreaker II (CRL)
May hold your attention for a while but it will never have any lasting appeal.
Very few games appeal to all games players, but I would venture to say that this is one such product. It's another game that every Spectrum owner should have.
Cloud 99 (Marlin Games)
It's not one of the toughest adventures around but the humorous tone and the ingenuity of the puzzles make it one of the more enjoyable to play.
Countdown To Doom (Topologika)
If you enjoy the sort of game which involves hours of careful exploration, Peter Killworth has added enough puzzles, hidden pitfalls and encrypted conundrums to make the long and hazardous journey more than just worthwhile.
Crazy Cars (Titus)
A great game... Crazy Cars has all the playability and addictive qualities that OutRun lacked.
The game style is looking a bit jaded now... but Denizen is a reasonable shoot-'em-up and still worth a look.
Dervish (The Power House)
The whole product is very disappointing; I wish this was an exception to The Power House's rule - sadly it's not.
Disposable Heroes (The Power House)
This is laughable... It belongs in the garbage dump.
Gee-Bee Air Rally (Activision)
Soaring through the sky, diving and ducking opponents, dodging pylons and popping balloons is suitably exhilarating.
Worth looking at but does get a bit boring after a while.
I suppose for the few people that actually like the Gunsmoke arcade game, I can't really fault the conversion.
Cage Match (Entertainment USA)
The graphics are fine until they start to move, being jerky and inaccurate. The sound is pathetic. And as for the game - where is it?!
Karnov (Electric Dreams)
The screenshots may look fantastic and out of this world, but don't be seduced by looks; this is merely a poor game heavily disguised.
Lee Enfield Is Space Ace (Infogrames)
There are hundreds of words that come near describing Lee Enfield Is Space Ace - insipid, monotonous, tedious - but few can actually capture the boredom created by this uneventful game.
The apocalypse is as "mega" as the advertising claims but it does deserve something more than just mild success.
It has more depth than the average full price offering and deserves to do extremely well.
All in al,l a credible climb 'n' crush arcade game - although not for owners of Rampage: they're far too similar.
Bursting with addictiveness just waiting to pounce out at any unsuspecting game buyer, watch out for it!
Super Trolley (Mastertronic)
If there were a few more interesting tasks to do, Super Trolley would have been a great game, but like the task it emulates, it just gets boring too soon.
A great game if you feel like a good blasting session!
Target Renegade (Imagine)
If you're after some exciting beat-'em-up action, this is a good excuse to part with your hard-earned cash.
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