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Match Point (Sinclair Research) (Spectrum 48K)
An extremely well presented and executed piece of software which ensures Psion's reputation as a purveyor of good quality games.
Zeta 7 (Mogul) (Commodore 64)
Well worth taking a look at if you have a C64, but I don't reckon it has that all-important lasting appeal.
Full Throttle (Micromega) (Spectrum 48K)
Although the graphics are inferior to Psion's Chequered Flag and Atarisoft's Pole Position, it's a much better game to play.
Star Wars (Parker Bros.) (Commodore 64)
A brave attempt to bring all the excitement of the arcade classic to the small screen.
Duellin' Droid (English) (Atari 400/800/XL/XE)
I really enjoyed this game. It's addictive and great fun to play.
Burgertime (Blaby Computer Games) (Dragon 32)
One of the poorest games that I have ever seen on the Dragon. The sound effects are almost as dismal as the graphics.
Charlie (Lothlorien) (Commodore 64)
If you like a challenge, this is well worth the money. Sprites are used well and sound effects are good.
Hi-Bouncer (Mirrorsoft) (BBC Model B)
Any child who enjoys the TV program or the books will certainly love this game. But I don't think that it will hold much appeal for anyone over the age of 11.
Factory Breakout (Poppysoft) (Spectrum 48K)
Sounds easy, but it's not. Tricky, but fun.
Gilligan's Gold (Ocean) (Commodore 64)
Another Manic Miner clone... Graphics are above average.
Superbowl (Cable) (Dragon 32)
A nice game, but I'm not sure whether its basic simplicity will make its original appeal last with the Dragon gamester.
Hercules (Interdisc) (Commodore 64)
I really would have liked a bit more basic information on how to play each screen... I found myself losing lives too quickly.
Mr. Dig (Microdeal) (Commodore 64)
It's yet another clone from the arcades... but we like it!
Danger Mouse In Double Trouble (Creative Sparks) (Spectrum 48K)
A fun game to play. The theme is original and well executed and it will be quite some time before you're able to beat Greenback.
Cuthbert In The Jungle (Microdeal) Vs. Pitfall (Activision) (Commodore 64)
If you want to have fun in the jungle, get Activision's Pitfall and beware of imitators!
Evil Dead (Palace) (Commodore 64)
A very playable game. The screen scrolls from room to room quite smoothly and the sound effects for Ashley's feverish footsteps are good.
Golf (Parco Electrics) (TI99/4A)
I was disappointed with this game. This is not what I would buy an Extended Basic cartridge for.
Flint's Gold (Micrograf) (BBC Model B)
This adventure is not without problems - but it is wonderfully entertaining with it!
Mystery Of Munroe Manor (Severn) (Commodore 64)
The shame here is that, for a game that had excited me at the start, it had disappointed before I got very far.
Three Epics (Epic) (Acorn Electron)
Did not inspire me one bit - an irrepressibly dull and awful adventure.
Ghost Town (Adventure International) (Acorn Electron)
Probably the most intricate of Scott's original twelve adventures, Ghost Town just sits there and challenges you to solve it.
Adventure Quest (Level 9 Computing) (BBC Model B)
More than lived up to my expectations for a tape game. The response time was good and the vocabulary understood by the program left little to be desired.
Ten Little Indians (Channel 8) (Dragon 32)
A game with an interesting plot... Although it's not too difficult, it has many a concealed snare to decoy the unwary adventurer.
The Quest (Commodore) (Commodore 64)
Quite a good adventure for the beginner and one that will probably be played by more experienced players too. To explore and map the game will take quite some time.
Titanic (R&R) (Spectrum 48K)
As there is very little scope for planning your strategy, neither the description of strategy or adventure would seem to apply... It could have made a good strategy game too, had the whole business not been so dependent on luck!
Planetfall (Infocom) (Commodore 64/128)
To play Planetfall, you'll need a good sense of humour and not a little patience, to put up with Floyd's mischievous behaviour. If you have these qualities, then you should get along just fine.
Temple Of Vran (Incentive) (Spectrum 48K/128K)
Although I welcome a game that allows me to examine something, a feature I did not like was the fact that I was expected to be carrying it first.
Ring Of Power (Quicksilva) (Commodore 64)
Klartz And The Dark Forces (Dungeon) (Dragon 32)
You need a good knowledge of the supernatural to complete the last part of the game!
Miner 2049:er (Micro Fun) (Coleco Vision Games System)
The graphics aren't pretty and the game doesn't have any cute jingles, but it is challenging enough.
Time Pilot (CBS Electronics) (Coleco Vision Games System)
A good door stop... Despite theoretical differences between levels, there is not really that much difference in difficulty. And the graphics in this game are not the best I've seen either.
Mr. Do (CBS Electronics) (Coleco Vision Games System)
An accurate conversion of the popular arcade game.
Subroc (CBS Electronics) (Coleco Vision Games System)
Steer clear! Too much money and effort has been spent in getting the licence and not enough on developing the game itself.
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