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Black Tiger (US Gold/Tiertex)
Not one of the most amazing games ever to be released, but all fans of this style will find it quite fun for a while.
Buggy Boy (Encore)
It may not have all the speed and slickness of the original arcade, but it makes a good substitute.
Chain Reaction (Encore)
While this style of game has been copied over and over again, it still provides some challenge to those who didn't catch it first time round.
Fruit Machine Simulator 2 (Codemasters)
This has nothing much more to offer than its predecessor: if you bought the first, don't bother; if you didn't then it may be worth a look in.
The General (Cases)
Programmer Ian Williams has worked miracles to get so much game into a single load, and no Spectrum wargamer should miss out!
The Great Escape (The Hit Squad)
With all the puzzles you need to solve to escape, you will be occupied for hours!
Invasion Force (Cases)
Novices will find it pretty easy to get into the early stages at the game and, if they persevere, they might get hooked on strategy as an alternative to arcade action.
Kick Off (Anco)
Steer clear. Kick Off is a bad attempt at simulating what was a really good game on 16-bit. But the only similarity is the colour of the sticker on the tape!
P-47 Thunderbolt (Firebird)
P-47 holds nothing new in the way it plays, but could just give the hardened shoot-'em-up fan a challenge.
Renegade (The Hit Squad)
This will always be known as an original beat-'em-up: this is the one all the others copied!
Rock 'N Roll (Rainbow Arts)
Presentation is of a good standard, until you find out the game is a multi-load, even in 128K mode.
Originally released in 1987, it was then considered a highly playable simulation. Maybe then, but I'm afraid this isn't going to keep me playing for very long now.
Scramble Spirits (Grandslam)
If you fancy a frantic bash at a fire button then try this.
Sea Hawk (Atlantis)
Had me addicted for ages... In fact, I'd prefer to play this than many of the full priced games around at the moment.
Skatin' USA (Atlantis)
A fun little game that will keep you playing for some time. It just takes a bit of time to get started.
Snoball In Hell (Atlantis)
Half the time the aliens seem too cute to kill - little smileys and space ships - the rest though are a bit more evil!
Space Harrier (Encore)
The continual blasting soon gets a bit boring.
Space Harrier II (Grandslam)
If you didn't buy the original Space Harrier this may be worth taking a look at. Otherwise you're really just buying the same game again!
Street Hassle (Mastertronic Plus)
All beat 'em up fans will enjoy Street Hassle. The grans get harder as you progress, and the blind men have got a wicked swipe on their white sticks!
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