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Strider (U. S. Gold) (Amstrad CPC464)
Stunning graphics... The best conversion from US Gold to date, and an utterly brilliant game in its own right.
Verminator (Firebird) (Atari ST)
The bank, mobsters, casino, shops and weekly reports add variety to dull exploration, but it's ultimately just another arcade adventure. Fun for a short while only.
Tusker (System 3) (Commodore 64)
Another winner from System 3. Last Ninja meets Indiana Jones in an adventurey beat-'em-up par excellence.
Dynamite Dux (Activision) (Atari ST)
Weird and wonderful cute beat-'em-up with a wonderful sense of humour, marred only by a lack of different combat moves. There's plenty of action though, and it's all highly enjoyable.
Xenon II (Image Works) (Amiga 500)
Xenon II is an impeccable product, and not just because of these gorgeous graphics, or the Bitmaps' technical feats... Terrific gameplay makes this undeniably the best blast of its type.
Navy Moves (Dinamic) (Spectrum 48K/128K/+2/+3)
We know what to expect from Dinamic... Gratuitous violence, but good fun. The flamethrower handily roasts anyone stupid enough to come within twenty feet.
Indy: The Adventure (U. S. Gold) (IBM PC)
Do not miss it...! A highly enjoyable and addictive arcade adventure which combines great graphics and sound with superb playability.
Rescue On Fractalus (Mastertronic) (Spectrum 48K/128K/+2)
It's beautifully done, but really there's not a whole lot of variation in the gameplay, and the fractal mountains are a little too jerky to be really convincing.
Superkid (Atlantis) (Spectrum 48K/128K/+2/+3)
An odd but enjoyable little jumpabout which should keep you at the keyboard for a fair few hours.
MiG 29 Soviet Fighter (Codemasters) (Spectrum 48K/128K/+2/+3)
The graphics are jerky and unconvincing, and the gameplay is about as interesting as chatting to Wayne the office rubber plant.
Captain Blood (Exxos) (Amiga 500)
The main part of the game is made very difficult by an impenetrable talk-to-aliens-via-icons-system which only translates alienspeak into gibberish English.
Mindtrap (Mastertronic) (Spectrum 48K/128K/+2)
Screen display is naffness incarnate, but gameplay makes heavy demands on the old cerebral logic centres and is strangely addictive.
Rallycross Simulator (Codemasters) (Commodore 64/128)
First impressions aren't tops but Rally Cross Simulator turns out to be a good laugh.
Space Quest III (Activision) (Atari ST)
An enjoyable and addictive addition to the Space Quest series, and a good buy for adventure fans.
Fiendish Freddy's Big Top O' Fun (Mindscape International Inc) (Amiga 500)
The zany humour, brilliant animation and simple addictiveness make this a worthy addition to anyone's software collection.
Buffalo Bill's Rodeo Games (Tynesoft) (Atari ST)
It's not the most original game format, but it's a nice angle to take and works as well as any of the other games on the ST.
Omni-Play Basketball (Mindscape International Inc) (Amiga 500)
The action is realistic, allows a good deal of control over movement and passing and is addictive enough to keep you trying until you finish the season.
Rainbow Islands (Ocean) (Atari ST)
This is an absolutely amazing conversion. The graphics are absolutely spot on. Both the sprites and the backgrounds are beautifully drawn with jolly colours, and they're really smoothly animated too.
Pacland (NEC) (PC Engine (EU Version)/TurboGrafix-16 (US Version))
An utterly superb conversion: this is the coin-op, right down to the very last detail. Don't miss it!
Final Lap Twin (NEC) (PC Engine (EU Version)/TurboGrafix-16 (US Version))
A classic two-player race game with excellent graphics, superb playability and massive lasting appeal.
Ninja Warriors (Taito) (PC Engine (EU Version))
A tough, action-packed and addictive beat-'em-up which budding ninja assassins should find very enjoyable.
Gunhed (Hudson) (PC Engine (JP Version))
Utterly incredible, super-smooth, ultra-fast mega-blast that blows all other shoot-'em-ups out of the water. Buy it and kiss your joypad arm goodbye.
Cyber Cross (Pace Ltd) (PC Engine (JP Version))
A novel twist on the beat-'em-up theme with plenty of action and lots to do. Check it out if you're after something a little different.
Thunderforce II (Sega) (Sega Mega Drive (EU Version))
A great shoot-'em-up. It's tough, but the appeal is a bit short-lived due to the lack of levels.
Wonder Boy III (Sega) (Sega Master System (EU Version))
Cute and cuddly platform adventure with piles of addiction guaranteed.
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