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Roadrunner (Protek) (Spectrum 16K/48K)
A simple game... On my third attempt I completed the first maze, but I found the second maze to be exactly the same.
Race Fun (Rabbit) (Spectrum 48K)
Provides good and colourful graphics and a clear sense of competition with the other cars.
Turbo Driver (Bos) (Spectrum 16K)
Well worth adding to your collection, and a pleasant change from alien-zapping.
Daddie's Hot Rod (Lantern) (TI99/4A)
Not as a fast as a game written in machine code, but faster than most programs written in TI Basic.
Light Cycle (PSS) (BBC Model B)
Quite a lot of skill is needed to beat the computer even when the game is set on its lowest level.
Wall (Micro Power) (BBC Model B)
I soon became bored with it... There isn't even a high score hall of fame feature.
Bouncer (A 'n F) (BBC Model B)
Easy enough... there are no extra revelations as you move through it.
Painter (A 'n F) (BBC Model B)
Fast, colourful, responsive and has some of the rudest sound effects you've ever heart.
Cosmic Defender (Soft Joe's) (BBC Model B)
I can't think of anything about this one to make me recommend that you buy it.
Swoop (Micro Power) (BBC Model B)
A disappointing game - I have other versions which are far superior (although they did cost more!).
5-Alike (Pasesoft) (Oric 48K)
I suspect that I shall keep coming back to this one for quite a while.
Darts (Rainbow Research) (BBC Model B)
The games soon loses its appeal mainly due to the slow speed and lack of good sound effects.
Blackjack (JRS) (Jupiter Ace)
All the practice the computer can give could prove profitable in those holiday casinos on the Costa Paquet!
Dominoes (Micromega) (Spectrum 16K)
A competent version, although the author has done away with the familiar right-angled shapes produced during a game and invented an unnecessarily complicated system of his own.
Bandit (Soft Joe's) (Dragon 32)
A very addictive game which you can play for hours without needing a stack of 10p pieces.
Hidden City (Bytewell) (Spectrum 16K)
Colour and sound are well used but not spectacular.
Zzoom (Imagine) (Spectrum 48K)
Without doubt the best combat game, so far, that I have played on the Spectrum.
Violent Universe (Quest) (Spectrum 16K)
An addictive game, with an increasing difficulty level to keep your interest.
Cosmos (Abbex) (Spectrum 16K)
Has good graphics, but lacking any sound.
Trog (Macronics) (Spectrum 48K)
Imaginative use of colour and graphics combine to produce an effective screen display.
Alien Taxi (Microdeal) (Tandy Color Computer 1/2/3)
This is not a game that you will master easily, but if you allow it to go into the demo mode you will quickly get the idea of how it should be played.
Frantic (Imagine) (Commodore Vic 20)
Graphics are above average but the aliens appeared as messy, multi-coloured blobs.
Planet Conquest (Blaby) (Dragon 32/64)
The high-res graphics are acceptable, though won't take anyone's breath away - in fact, that can also be said for the game itself.
Galactic Commander (Micro Power) (BBC Model B)
No score of hall of fame feature, but includes an option to play a particular level or go through the whole sequence to achieve a Galactic Commander qualification.
Xenon Raid (English) (Atari 400/800)
If you enjoy do or die games, Xenon's five levels and three difficulties should keep you happy for a long time.
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