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Boogaboo (Quicksilva) (Commodore 64)
Breath-taking graphics, perfect animation and a fresh and original approach to game design have been combined to produce yet another top rate game for the Commodore 64.
Robotron 2084 (Atarisoft) (Commodore 64)
This game is a triumph... Atari have worked what can only be called a miracle on the Commodore 64.
Donkey Kong (Atarisoft) (TI99/4A)
This game is not really up to professional standards - many TI owners could write a better Kong game themselves.
Manic Miner Vs. China Miner (Commodore 64)
If you're after an arcade game which you won't tire of for a long time, then Manic Miner is recommended.
Zaxxan (Starzone) (Spectrum 48K)
Anyone who has ever seen arcade Zaxxon knows what a superb game it is - unfortunately this home version does not reproduce the feel of the game, or come close to its excellent graphics.
Jet Boot Jack (English) (Atari 400/800)
Not the most original game around - but I found it quite addictive and enjoyable and can't wait to get back to take a crack at reaching that tenth screen!
Doomsday Castle (Fantasy) (Spectrum 48K)
Addictive to the point of frustration...! The prettiest game I've seen since Pssst!
Chariot Race (Micro Antics) (Commodore Vic 20)
Recommended to anyone... The graphics are good and shame many of the games on the Vic's big brother the C64.
The Snowman (Quicksilva) (Spectrum 48K)
I liked this game a lot. It's very playable, although I often found control quite difficult.
Leggit (Imagine) (Dragon 32)
The graphics are adequate and it's pretty addictive, although I must admit that a little of its addictive quality was lost after I'd finished the first screen.
Diamond Mine (MRM) (BBC Model B)
A game of timing and strategy and will keep maze game fans happy for hours.
Q*Bert (Parker Bros) (Philips Videopac)
If you like cute games, then this one is for you.
Space Shuttle (Activision) (Atari VGC)
The best "serious" game for the VCS around. It will take some time to master - but it's well worth it!
Looping (CBS Electronics) (Coleco Vision Games System)
I really enjoyed playing Looping - despite the fact I did not penetrate very deeply into its blue tree of paths.
Super Cobra (Parker Brothers) (Atari VGC)
It follows the standard Scramble format... But the graphics are really not that great and the sound effects not that exciting.
Pole Position (Gce) (Vectrex)
A great game for motor racing fans.
Music (BBCSoft/BBC Publications) (BBC Model B)
The program comes with a reasonably understandable manual, and it's quite easy to use. Unfortunately, the lack of harmonies makes for pretty uninteresting music, but it's still quite fun.
Musicmaster (Sinclair Research) (Spectrum 48K)
Quite an easy program to use... However, it's impossible to create any wonderful effects owing entirely to the Spectrum's hardware.
Composer (Microdeal) (Dragon 32)
The best way to judge such a program is by the final result, and I think it's great... if you're willing to spend some time at it.
Spectsound (PDQ) (Spectrum 48K)
It seems incredible that a software company could charge over £6 for a magazine-quality program like this. Just buy a magazine instead.
Ultisynth (Quicksilva) (Commodore 64)
The final results are pretty impressive... Highly recommended for serious music enthusiasts and budding Beethovens everywhere.
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