|Genre:||Unknown Genre Type|
|Cover Art Language:||English|
|Machine Compatibility:||Spectrum 48K, Spectrum 16K, Spectrum 128K, Spectrum +2, Spectrum +3|
|Release:||Magazine available via High Street/Mail Order|
|Original Release Date:||1st May 1984|
|Original Release Price:||£0.85|
|Market Valuation:||£3.00 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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Trashman (New Generation) (Spectrum 48K)
An enjoyable game. It's not fast by any means but, if you'd rather have a challenge than spend all your time zapping things, then you'll love it.
Hunchback (Superior) (BBC Model B)
If you liked the arcade game, then this version will probably appeal to you. If you weren't a fan, then I'm afraid this version of Hunchback won't convert you.
Donkey Kong (Atarisoft) (TI99/4A)
This is expensive, but it is also head and shoulders above anything in TI's own range for playability, quality of graphics and lasting appeal.
Troopa Truck (Rabbit) (Commodore 64)
It's very addictive but I don't know how long the action continues before you are deemed to have succeeded in your mission. Personally, I couldn't get very far, but had great fun trying.
Bear Bovver (Artic Computing) (Spectrum 48K)
A great game for the younger computer game fan, although initially very difficult to work out what to do.
Centipede (Atarisoft) (Commodore Vic 20)
It's not quite as fast as the Atari version and lacks the prettiness of the original - though these are shortcomings of the Vic, not the cartridge.
Beach Head (U. S. Gold) (Commodore 64)
The best graphics and sound effects in a computer game in a poll published by the influential American music paper, Billboard magazine... Top of the sales charts for several months... So realistic you could quite easily believe you're smack in the middle of the Battle of Britain.
Jet Set Willy (Software Projects) (Spectrum 48K)
I confidently predict another number one... Much easier to get into than Manic Miner. And each screen is a graphic masterpiece in its own right.
Pogo (Automata) (Spectrum 48K)
The best Q*bert-type game available for the Spectrum.
Forbidden Forest (U. S. Gold) (Commodore 64)
A competent game, but, for all its frills, it's only a plain shoot-'em-up and isn't in the same league as most American software.
Blue Thunder (Richard Wilcox) (Spectrum 48K)
This is one of those games where you need about thirty-six fingers but, despite this, it's hellishly addictive.
O'Riley's Mine (Datasoft) (Commodore 64)
A very playable game that's also quite fun. The graphics are good, and the sound of the gushing water is quite realistic.
Savage Pond (Starcade) (BBC Model B)
An original and fast-moving game with colourful and intricate graphics.
A fairly basic space shoot-out - but with some nice graphics and game features.
Buck Rogers And The Planet Of Zoom (Coleco) (Coleco Adam)
A disappointing arcade conversion. If this is the hottest of the so-called Super Games for the Coleco Adam, it does not bode too well for the rest.
Mario Bros. (Atarisoft) (Atari 2600)
It's not the most original game around but it is very playable and quite addictive. The graphics are in the cute class - a trend which appears to be growing in the world of dedicated video game systems.
Frostbite (Activision) (Atari 2600)
Not terrifically original - but well executed and fun for all the family.
Pitfall II (Activision) (Spectrum 48K)
I can't recommend this game highly enough. If you already own Pitfall I, rush out and buy this sequel - if you don't rush out and buy them both.
Snoopy And The Red Baron (Atarisoft) (Atari 2600)
A great 'cute' action game for all of you who like dog-fight games - and Snoopy fans of course!
Hulk (Adventure International) (Acorn Electron)
The immediacy of the split-screen display and machine code speed adds a dimension of drama and suspense.
Critical Mass (Sirius) (Commodore 64)
This game hovers on the realm of video games with sections like the water-skiing in which you have to steer your way round a course in real time.
Fantasia Diamond (Hewson Consultants) (BBC/Electron)
A well thought out and well executed adventure. It strikes just about the right level of difficulty.
The Crypt Of Medea (Sir Tech) (Apple II)
A slightly more gruesome adventure than most... almost every room has something dead or undead in it!
Jericho Road (Shards) (Spectrum 48K)
The plot being inextricably tied up with the biblical narration relating to the scenario proved to be a winning formula as far as I was concerned.
Deadline (Infocom) (Atari 400/800)
Like all good detective stories, once started, this game is very hard to put down. Until, that is, you have found the perfect solution.
El Diablero (Dragon Data) (Dragon 32)
This is a really great text adventure. And, to top it all, the game has the best twist in the tail that I have ever experienced.
Suspended (Infocom) (Commodore 64/128)
A game I greatly enjoyed, and one I would highly recommend.
Quest Of Merravid (Martech) (Commodore 64/Vic 20)
An adventure where the commands must be typed exactly in order to progress. That's a great pity, because the game does have quite a nice sense of humour. The trouble is, the player will need one, trying to guess what the commands are!
Puffin has done quite well here. The games aren't the best in the world for the Spectrum, but they are value for money.
Death Cruise (Virgin Games) (Dragon 32)
A very poor attempt at an adventure game. My main criticism is that the vocabulary is the worst I have ever come across in my life!
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