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Back To The Future Part II (ImageWorks)
While a good program, it isn't stimulating enough. You may keep playing until level five is completed, but it's unlikely you'll be playing again.
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Cases once again show they have the Spectrum wargame market by the short and curlies.
Boulder Dash IV (Hi-Tec)
Definitely one for all fans of Boulder Dash games - new players will soon be addicted!
Cerius 2: Interalia (Atlantis)
A disappointing follow up that may only appeal to shoot-'em-up fans.
Guardian II: Revenge Of The Mutants (Hi-Tec)
Read the instructions first: in my first game I started to massacre all the earth people - they weren't too pleased!
Good presentation but The Running Man's multi-load on the cassette version's a pig to use.
Judge Dredd (Virgin Games)
Gameplay is tough: keeping the crime rate down and your personal energy level up takes a lot of practice. The soundtrack on the 128K version is neat too.
It's a shame the multilload is such a pain because after initial doubts I quite liked this - but not when you have to reload whole sections of the game.
Though arcade blaster fans will probably find it tiresome after a few plays, all gamesters who like to use their brain will get their money's worth here.
Pro Tennis Simulator (Codemasters)
One of the better tennis games around, I just wish it simulated cool drinks after each match!
Pro Go-Kart Simulator (Zeppelin Games)
Well programmed and technically very good, it suffers from lack of solid playability to keep you coming back for more.
Pro Golf Simulator (Codemasters)
A reasonable attempt at putting the sport onto your computer.
Playable, addictive, good looking and plenty of it, it'll bring out the devil in you!
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