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Aaargh! (Melbourne House)
The awful graphics and a nigh-total lack of playability make this a thorough waste of money.
Arguably one of the best Spectrum arcade conversions I've seen. A must buy!
Canyon Warrior (Mastertronic)
The nice bit is the map editor which allows you to play around with the first three levels. The rest of it is the proverbial old hat.
Dragon Spirit (Tengen)
Of course the concept of having a main character, be it a space ship or dragon, scrolling over a detailed landscape shooting things isn't new, but I can't seem to get enough of it!
Gemini Wing (Virgin/Sales Curve)
If Gemini Wing was more original, and the colour plan thought out slightly better it would be great - but these two flaws really knock it down.
Hi-Q-Quiz (Blue Ribbon)
If you're set on collecting trivia games, go ahead and buy this one, on your head be it.
Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade (US Gold)
The packaging is slick, and I suppose the game is appealing if you're into the film, but I'm afraid I'm not a great fan of this sort of arcade adventure.
Licence To Kill (Domark)
There's great playability to be had in Licence To Kill, but you're going to have to be a pretty hot gamesplayer to get at it.
Maze Mania (Hewson)
Graphics are really appealling, and I think that makes the game a lot more enjoyable.
Myth (Magnetic Scrolls)
The most enjoyable adventure I've played.
The New Zealand Story (Ocean)
Don't be put off by the muiti-load. Once you're into the game, you'll forget all about it as you're swamped in the cutest, most addictive game around!
Planet 10 (Mastertronic)
Thoroughly enjoyable and highly addictive!!
Fascinating, beautifully constructed and must rank as one of the best Spectrum adventures for ages.
Pro Power Boat Simulator (Codemasters)
I recommend this to every true arcade gamester - truly exhilarating!
Rescue On Fractalus (Mastertronic Plus)
Unless you want to take a trip back in time to play a game considered not suited to the Spectrum, steer well clear of this.
Spooked (Players Premier)
The hangman game may seem simple, but here's betting you've never played it like this before! Buy Spooked today.
Starglider 2 (Rainbird)
Not a game to just pick up and play, but definitely one to tackle, persevere and enjoy.
Syntax (Blue Ribbon)
The game is put together really badly and full of stupid programming mistakes.
Treble Champions (Challenge)
I don't think I've seen anything like this since 1984! There are no special features to recommend it; it doesn't even have the endorsement of a popular footballing star!
Turf-Form (Blue Ribbon)
Well, it's not a game: It can only be used to predict a win at the betting shop, and then It might be wrong (betting's bad for your wallet anyway).
Wulfpack (Blue Ribbon)
A very poor offering. Wulfpack is very dull; little skill is involved in the first part, and hence, it gets very annoying when things go wrong for no particular reason.
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