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The Train Game (Microsphere Computer Services) (Spectrum 16K)
Fun, fun, fun to play.
Element Serpent (Cloud 9) (Spectrum 16K)
There are three levels, level one being elements that I am sure most of us have heard of, and level three more complex.
Bedlam (AWA Software) (Spectrum 16K)
Doesn't resemble any other "arcade" game that I have ever seen.
Stomping Stan (Britannia) (Spectrum 48K)
A very close relation to a ubiquitous character called Horace... Those who have never played this type of game will enjoy it.
Invincible Island (Richard Shepherd) (Spectrum 48K/128K)
Surprisingly, no hints are given within the game itself, although some clues are given in an accompanying program which must be loaded separately.
Parsec (Texas Instruments) (TI99/4A)
There are 16 different levels... Although I have been playing it for a week I have only got to level 4, so it's very challenging.
Alpiner (Texas Instruments) (TI99/4A)
Good for someone who wants something different to the normal run-of-the-mill zap-the-klingons
Car Wars (Texas Instruments) (TI99/4A)
A well put together game with good documentation and instructions.
TI Invaders (Texas Instruments) (TI99/4A)
Space Invaders as a game is getting a bit obsolete and boring, but it's not TI's fault and this is a good game despite the limitations of the game concept.
Video Chess (Texas Instruments) (TI99/4A)
Castleing, pawn promotion and en passant are all supported.
Games Pack 1 (Logic Systems) (BBC Model B)
The programs work, and are of the average standard of those found listed in magazines, but my only recommendation can be that they are cheap.
Draughts (Logic Systems) (BBC Model B)
The major criticism I have is that it cheats! It can take a follow-through move (after taking one piece to take another) but you can't - and
if you try to it takes your piece away!
Pirates (Chalksoft) (BBC Model B)
I didn't like the restricted vocabulary designed to prevent a child having to spell anything.
Crazy Fruit (Logic Systems) (BBC Model B)
There is no winning combination table (is it really so obvious to everyone?) and it lets you 'hold' winning combinations on occasions.
Escape From Moonbase Alpha (Micro Power) (BBC Model B)
An odd choice of keys for moving Joey around... The pause between changing rooms is also sometimes frustrating.
City Patrol (Macronics) (Sinclair ZX81)
The format and the graphics make it a little different from most of the other games I've tried for the ZX81.
Vultures (J. Morrison Micros) (Dragon 32)
Recommended to arcade addicts of all ages.
Dodo (Blaby) (Spectrum 48K)
Response is good, but you need the joystick to get
really high scores.
Panic 64 (Interceptor Micros) (Commodore 64)
An enjoyable game with good instructions and active on tactics to help you score a bonus but we did have a couple of problems.
Space Hi-Way (Amcom) (BBC Model B)
The mutating aliens and the danger of running out of fuel, make Space Hi-Way a well balanced 'fun' game worthy of greatness.
Devils Of The Deep (Richard Shepherd) (Spectrum 48K)
The graphics are bright and cheery, but all the sectors look much the same.
Maziacs (DK'Tronics) (Spectrum 48K)
You'll never tire of playing... Different levels of difficulty... A completely new maze is created for each game you play.
Hard Cheese (DK'Tronics) (Spectrum 16K)
Graphics are mediocre and movement is a little jerky, but this is more than made up by excellent use of sound with no less than three catchy
Greedy Gulch (Phipps Associates) (Spectrum 48K)
A most attractively presented game with excellent graphics.
Luna Crabs (Micromega) (Spectrum 16K)
This game needs a bit more in order to generate more interest.
BC Basic (BC Computers) (Commodore 64)
Well below the standard of Simon's Basic, but if your budget only runs to about £20 then this does seem to work well.
First Aid (Network Computer Systems) (Spectrum 48K)
You study at your own pace, the next page being accessed by pressing any key.
GP COPY (Logic Systems) (BBC Model B)
The routine was very easy to use, only requiring the press of any key to produce the printout.
Beebcalc (Gemini) (BBC Model B)
Well documented, easy to load and the screen display is excellent, enabling a non-experienced person to use it with ease.
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