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Multitron (Sumlock) (Commodore Vic 20)
The top 2% of games experts may find this on the easy side, but for the rest of us it's an out and out winner.
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A very smooth game using an enlarged screen, excellent graphics and unusual sound.
Chopper (Sumlock) (Commodore Vic 20)
Graphics are realistic - the simulation of rotating chopper blades is a nice touch, but the chopper crashes could be quicker.
Man On The Run (Sumlock) (Commodore Vic 20)
A straightforward game, ideal for children, who will no doubt play it for hours on wet Saturday afternoons.
3D Tanx (DK'Tronics) (Spectrum 16K)
The game is definitely addictive and difficult enough to ensure that you will return to it again and again.
Gulpman (Micromega) (Spectrum 16K/48K)
Graphically the game is limited - it would have been pleasant to see some sort of running motion from the player's puppet man and a little more emotion from the guards.
Froggy (DJL Software) (Spectrum 16K)
Unreservedly recommended to frog lovers everywhere.
Sword Fight At Midnight (Firefly) (Spectrum 16K)
Good game, shame about the mechanics.
Starship Pegasus (Stainless) (TI99/4A)
Graphics are not a main feature of this program, but where used are effective.
Bluegrass Sweepstakes (Stainless) (TI99/4A)
Not a game where you are continually involved in the action, but it is nevertheless a very entertaining program for children and adults alike.
Astro Fighter (Christine Computing) (TI99/4A)
Very slow and rather boring to play.
Pen The Pig (Stainless) (TI99/4A)
I found the game rather boring, with elementary use of graphics and sound.
Backgammon (Psion) (Spectrum 16K)
A marvellous implementation.
The Knight's Quest (Phipps Associates) (Spectrum 48K)
Quite a good state-of-the-art adventure, which will get a great deal of play.
Masterchess (Mikro-Gen) (Spectrum 48K)
This is the best chess game so far, and should give hours of enjoyment to the chess buff.
Sorcerer's Castle (Mikro-Gen) (Spectrum 48K)
A good idea in principle, which didn't work out in practice.
Gridrunner (Llamasoft) (Atari 400/800)
At the price, it is the best value for money around.
Kickback (Thorn EMI) (Atari 400/800)
There is little complexity here and I was reminded of those ping-pong style TV games.
Soccer (Thorn EMI) (Atari 400/800)
There are some nice touches in this creditable copy of the Intellivision game, although I missed the crowd effects.
Sub Commander (Thorn EMI) (Atari 400/800)
Watch out, the ships have guns and depth charges; crash diving too deep could rip open your hull.
Gunfight (Sumlock) (Commodore Vic 20)
Should keep aspiring John Waynes off the streets from high-noon till high-half-past-three at least.
Destroyer (Sumlock) (Commodore Vic 20)
Destroyer is fun to play and no less addictive than the many variations available.
Atom Smasher (Romik) (Commodore Vic 20)
Romik has set a high standard in the past, and while Atom Smasher is not in the brilliant category (and not for pure atomic scientists) it is still a pretty good game.
Crazy Climber/Apple Bug (Lyversoft) (Commodore Vic 20)
I would not recommend this pair to those of you with particularly sensitive natures, but they're just the thing for tough kids to enjoy.
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