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International Karate 2 (System 3) (Commodore 64)
Try it, buy it, enjoy it. This will be a number one game.
Super Sprint (Electric Dreams) (Spectrum 48K)
Despite the initial frustrations I still came back for more and eventually got to grips with the game. The C64 conversion is the better one so far.
Hollywood Poker (Smash 16) (Amiga 500)
The best strip poker game I have ever seen, heard and played. Fantastic.
Alpha Mission (Activision) (Commodore 64)
A mish-mash of game ideas which doesn't come off. There's nothing about the early stages of the game that encourages you to reach that elusive space station.
Quedex (Thalamus Ltd) (Commodore 64/128)
Quedex is pretty damn good - puzzling, frustrating and addictive all at once. Don't miss it.
Hysteria (Software Projects) (Commodore 64)
It's not particularly original in concept or execution but it has a very high playability factor, excellent graphics and neat sound.
Joe Blade (Players) (Amstrad CPC464)
Nice and cheap with ace graphics, Joe Blade certainly cuts it.
Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom (U. S. Gold) (Spectrum 48K/128K)
Whether you're a fan of the arcade original or you're just after some high adventure - with a few pitfalls thrown in - this is the game for you.
Galax (Gremlin Graphics) (Atari ST)
Fun to play, despite some serious flaws.
Skull-diggery (Nexus) (Atari ST)
As in all, the game is proficiently produced, but lacks the excitement and addictive qualities of the original Boulderdash, which is available on the ST already.
Renegade (Imagine) (Spectrum 48K/128K)
The Spectrum and Amstrad conversions are great. But the C64 version, I thought, could have been a lot better.
Sidewalk (Infogrames) (Atari ST)
A strange mixture of adventure and arcade, with stunning graphics, a novel, and sometimes annoying, control mechanism, and the kind of humour and feel that will appeal to comic buffs.
Anarchy (Rack-It) (Commodore 64/128)
Anarchy is a well put together game - which would outlast the regular budget offerings in the playability stakes.
Maniac Mansion (Lucasfilm) (Commodore 64)
This is brilliant! A teen-schlock horror movie on computer... Extremely entertaining and easy-to-play too.
Water Skiing (Infogrames) (Amstrad CPC464)
A nice try at capturing the sport but more excitement is needed.
Pirates! (Microprose) (Commodore 64)
An impressive and absorbing game - one for those of you who enjoy getting all wrapped up in a strategy-style role-playing game with enough action to appeal to the arcadester.
Graham Gooch's Cricket (Audiogenic) (Commodore 64)
The best adaptation of cricket yet for a computer - if you're a flannelled fool, or just a would-be Botham, check out this remixed version of the game.
Moebius (Origin) (Commodore 64/128)
The blurb claims it'll take you 50-100 hours to play through this. I can believe it. The only trouble is that you are going to spend half of it hanging about waiting for something to happen. It's worth a look though.
Barbarian (Palace) (Atari ST)
ST Barbarian has all the finesses and delicacy of the original. A stonking good game.
Backlash (Novagen Software Ltd) (Atari ST)
One of the fastest, most playable arcade games ever!
Evening Star (Hewson Consultants) (BBC/Electron)
If you like trains or ever wanted to be a train driver, check this simulation out.
Yogi Bear (Piranha) (Spectrum 48K)
Red L.E.D. (Starlight Software) (Commodore 64/128)
Lots of action in this very playable offering. In all there are 37 landscapes to explore.
Blazer (Nexus) (Commodore 64/128)
It's nicely presented and packaged with good sound effects and pretty graphics - but it's still a standard shoot-'em-up without a big arcade name to give you a reason to rush out and get it.
Draughts Genius (Rack-It) (Spectrum 48K)
Great value, nicely presented and lots of fun to play. What more could you want from a budget game?
Yes Prime Minister (Mosaic) (Spectrum 48K)
All in all, a thoroughly enjoyable and untaxing game, that is every bit as fun as watching the TV programme.
Space Quest (Sierra) (Amiga 500)
A big colourful game, full of sound and action.
The Hunt (Robico) (Acorn Electron)
Nice graphics, good text, logical puzzles, no sound (shame!) and a good plot. I like this game.
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