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Tenth Frame (Kixx)
Ten-pin bowling sounds an unlikely sport to be represented by computer, and unfortunately 10th Frame proves it to be unsuitable - the game just fails to impress.
2088 (Zeppelin Games)
Don't be put off by the primitive presentation; underneath lies a playable little shoot-'em-up with some really frantic action.
Ace Of Aces (Kixx)
Although boasting some fairly impressive graphics, such as the detailed cockpit and the realistic clouds which fly past, Ace Of Aces offers little long term playability.
The Challenge Of Iythus (Creative Juices)
Despite the many difficulties throughout the game, The Challenge Of Iythus is a fairly deep adventure for a small price.
Combat Lynx (Encore)
A game ahead of its time when it was released, it still looks pretty advanced even now.
What really makes Commando is not the graphics or sound, but the all-important playability... It's positively oozing with addictive qualities.
Crime Busters (Players)
Crime Busters may get infuriating, but you always want just one more go - well worth getting.
Daley Thompson's Olympic Challenge (Ocean)
The latest in a long line of gruelling sports simulation games, and probably the toughest. A gold medal winner for sure!
Draconus (Zeppelin Games)
An excellent game. Some of the screens could have done with a splash of colour, rather than being mainly green, and a 128K tune would have been appreciated.
Fernandez Must Die (Imageworks)
A great shoot-'em-up - with a bit of strategy thrown in - makes for an enjoyable game.
Footballer Of The Year (Kixx)
An odd mixture of strategy and arcade skills... Unfortunately, it fails due to the large amount of luck involved in making progress.
Foxx Fights Back (Imageworks)
This is a superbly presented, whacky scenario with neat sprites and some good classical tunes on the front end.
Game Over II (Dinamic)
The sequel is, in my opinion, a great improvement over the original, making this a very attractive package and well worth getting.
While the large amount of levels require a multi-load, since eight load in a time play doesn't suffer too many interruptions.
Killing the villains is quite difficult at first, but once you've got the hang of it you can have great fun.
Although the gameplay is very similar to that in the prequel, Hydrofool provides a welcome second helping of whacky action and perplexing Greg Follis puzzles.
Although it eventually proves repetitive, Lightforce is still a highly playable blast-'em-up, well worth a look.
Mad Mix Game (US Gold)
If you like Pac-Man-type games, you can't miss this!
The actual programming is admirable, with attractively shaded graphics which cleverly avoid colour clash by splitting the screen horizontally.
Pulse Warrior (Mastertronic)
It's laborious, but at least there's been attempt at originality... and the graphics aren't that bad.
Quest For The Poorly Snail (Futuresoft)
Offers some whacky amusement for all but the most serious adventure fans... just try typing WAIT for a laugh.
Roy Of The Rovers (Gremlin)
Makes me wonder why anyone would ever want to watch the footie... The adventure section is a little better, but not much... In my opinion even hardened soccer fanatics could be put off the sport by playing this.
Scooby Doo (Encore)
Most grabbing is the thoroughly addictive gameplay which consists of some simple ideas cleverly bound together for some frantic action.
Shockway Rider (Rack-It)
An original and well executed game with plenty of playability. Definitely worth a look.
Skateboard Construction System (Players)
With such a great designer, it's a great pity you can't actually produce anything better with it.
Super Hero (Codemasters)
Although the graphics do rather resemble the Head Over Heels style, that doesn't make them any less cute.
Thunderbowel (Sacred Scroll)
Provides plenty of amusement while it lasts and despite its standard character set the occasional picture brightens up the appearance.
Turbo Esprit (Encore)
A genuinely great arcade/adventure simulation.
Wizard's Lair (Bubble Bus)
After over three years of arcade adventures such an old game doesn't hold the attention as well as it did originally. But it's still playable enough in the short term.
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