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Games Pack 4 (Gem) (Dragon 32)
The games lack excitement and imagination.
Games Pack 1 (Gem) (Dragon 32)
Rather slow, although good graphics give a realistic impression of looking through a periscope.
Mind Twisters (Romik) (Commodore Vic 20)
Vic owners fed up with Space Invaders could do worse than consider this package.
Games Pack 2 (Gem) (Dragon 32)
An enjoyable selection for all the family.
E.T. (Macronics) (Spectrum 48K)
Good value... You have the option of playing each stage individually, or combining all four
into one long game.
Games Of Logic And Cunning (Golem) (BBC Model B)
This collection is varied in both quality and type of game.
Galactic Chase (Softcell Computers) (Atari 400)
There is now a cartridge of Galaxians available, but I would still choose this very cheap but very good copy.
Preppie (Adventure International) (Atari 400)
Altogether an excellent game... Reaching level ten is a real achievement.
Galactic Empire (Adventure International) (Atari 400)
Very limited graphics... Particularly annoying is that each time you move your fleet, the shipboard computer prepares a report which takes up to a minute to complete.
Ghost Hunter (Arcade Plus) (Atari 400)
A reasonable copy of the arcade game although it misses some features and adds a lot of superfluous ones.
The Chess Player (Quicksilva) (Spectrum 48K)
The synthisised speech is impressive, and the graphics pleasant, making this a very nice game indeed.
Dictator (Dk'tronics) (Spectrum 48K)
The instructions need to be better explained, and longer. Build up secret police, but watch out for the army if it gets too strong!
Mined Out (Quicksilva) (Spectrum 48K)
Graphics are simple, colourful and perfectly adequate for this highly recommended game.
Fortress Of Evil (Algray) (Colour Genie)
The graphics are nothing special, and don't make the most of the Colour Genie's facilities... At £7.95, rather over-priced.
Rescue (CRL) (Spectrum 48K)
Rescue's design is too full of "chrome" - bits and pieces added for appearance - to be classed as anything close to good.
Othello (CDS) (Spectrum 16K)
The algorithm used is very difficult to beat.... The instructions are clear but could have been laid out in a more readable fashion.
Ultimate Adventure (Microdeal) (Dragon 32)
Adventure game addicts may find enough to keep them occupied, but for me this was not the ultimate adventure.
Moons Of Jupiter (Romik) (Commodore Vic 20)
A superb game which any Asteroids addict should obtain without delay.
Rox 64 (Llamasoft) (Commodore 64)
Good value for money... The boulders and missiles are slow to move, but there is an addictive quality to the game, and the colour displays between waves are excellent.
Horace Goes Skiing (Melbourne House) (Spectrum 16K)
Fun to play. You need a fair bit of patience to cross the road, but it is worth the effort.
Katerpillar Attack (Microdeal) (Dragon 32)
Looks good on screen, plays well and allows the Dragon to appear in its rightful place as second to none.
Power Blaster (Romik) (Commodore Vic 20)
Highly addictive, although very simple in concept and easy to play.
Kong (Colour Genie) (Colour Genie)
An excellent game, making full use of the Genie's facilities and well worth buying.
Sea Invasion (Romik) (Commodore Vic 20)
An entertaining game... There are five skill levels and a choice of joystick or keyboard control, both equally effective.
Skramble (Algray) (Colour Genie)
Good graphics, sound and colour, making this an excellent game.
Gridrunner (Llamasoft) (Commodore 64)
Not all that original but for dedicated arcade players a fast and enjoyable game with good sound and graphics.
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