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Phobia (Image Works) (Commodore 64/128)
Apart from the lack of music, Phobia is superb - pretty graphics, extremely addictive blasting gameplay, even the multi-load isn't too intrusive.
Datastorm (Visionary Design Technologies Inc) (Amiga 500)
A superlative shoot-'em-up which knocks Forgotten Worlds off the top slot as the best Amiga blaster. Unmissable.
Silkworm (Virgin Games) (Spectrum 48K)
If Silkworm doesn't quicken your pulse, you must be in a coma.
Chicago 30s (U. S. Gold) (Spectrum 48K/128K/+2)
Fast and colourful - it makes a change from all those little metallic spaceships whizzing around. Highly recommended to blasting fans.
Skweek (U. S. Gold) (Amiga 500)
I suspect that more hardened joystick-jocks will find that this isn't really the sort of game that they would want. Good for softies or girlies though.
The Games: Summer Edition (U. S. Gold) (Spectrum 48K/128K/+2)
An enjoyable sports simulation that offers a fair amount of playability. But, if playing from cassette, the multi-load is a pain.
RVF Honda (Micro Style) (Amiga 500)
A twisting, turning, screaming, gut-wrenching, metal-melting and incredibly satisfying belt around the tarmac. And the most exciting motorcycle racing game yet into the bargain!
Archipelagos (Logotron) (Amiga 500)
A nicely polished game, with lovely graphics, atmospheric music and a very good instruction manual, but gameplay, which on occasion is a little tedious, lets the side down somewhat.
Black Tiger (U. S. Gold) (Atari ST)
An excellent conversion of the cult arcade machine which has a brilliant mix of platform and shooting action. One for the collection.
Test Drive II (Accolade) (Amiga 500)
This is the one you've been waiting for; all the pretty colours and flash of Test Drive, with a real game added to it. Whether you're a sports car fanatic or not, this is the racing game to catch.
Time Scanner (Activision) (Amiga 500)
A fairly decent translation of the coin-op, although it's lacking in a few departments.
Mike Read's Pop Quiz (Elite) (Spectrum 48K/128K)
If you're really desperate for a computer pop quiz game, Mike Read's Pop Quiz is a number one in a field of one. Not one for the mainstream gamer, though, especially at this price.
Super Hero (Codemasters) (Spectrum 48K/128K)
Pretty graphics, but slow and annoying gameplay prevent Super Hero from really taking off.
Street Cred Boxing (Players Premier) (Commodore 64/128)
As boxing games go, this one couldn't really be classed as a contender.
Heartbroken (Atlantis) (Spectrum 48K/128K/+2/+3)
A playable but not overly adorned platform shoot-'em-up.
Task Force (Players Premier) (Spectrum 48K/128K)
A promising, but ultimately disappointing, Cybernoid lookalike.
Zamzara (Rack-It) (Commodore 64/128)
A simple but addictive blast, well worth the dinky price tag.
Subway Vigilante (Players Premier) (Amstrad CPC464)
A poor Renegade clone, with very few graphic, sound or gameplay merits. Buy at your peril.
Zybex (Zeppelin Games) (Spectrum 48K)
In spite of a couple of technical flaws, Zybex manages to be a pretty nifty shoot-'em-up which arcade freaks should enjoy.
Street Cred Football (Players Premier) (Spectrum 48K/128K)
A football game sadly lacking any credibility whatsoever.
Vigilante (U. S. Gold) (Spectrum 48K/128K)
I particularly like the knife-wielding skins, and the way that when they stab you the blood sort of squidges out like tomato sauce.
Zork Zero (Infocom) (Atari ST)
A superb adventure that places Infocom back in the number one slot. It's been a long time coming, but it was certainly worth the wait!
Rick Dangerous (Firebird) (Spectrum 48K/128K/+2)
Barring graphical differences, Rick Dangerous is identical on all formats - so no matter what machine you own, this is an essential purchase.
The New Zealand Story (Ocean) (Amiga 500)
A superb game in every respect. Ranks alongside Bubble Bobble and Pac-Mania in the Amiga coin-op conversion stakes.
Super Mario Bros. 2 (Nintendo) (Nintendo (US Version))
The best Nintendo game yet released - miss it at your peril.
Xybots (Domark) (Spectrum 48K/128K)
Faithful graphics and playability make for a brilliant two-player blast.
Gilbert The Alien (Again Again) (Amiga 500)
A routine licence job. It's really just a wander and collect game, with the bonus of a couple of mini arcade games thrown in.
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