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Everest Ascent (Richard Shepherd) (Spectrum 48K)
A nice complex game which will keep the brain twitching for some time.
Spectrum Bowls (Lotus-soft) (Spectrum 48K)
Limited firstly in relation to speed and secondly regarding sound and vision.
Golf (Stainless) (TI99/4A)
When the ball has landed in a bunker, it cannot be seen... Both bunker and ball are white.
Soccer Supremo (Dromeda) (TI99/4A)
There are lots of things to think about, but thanks to a very detailed set of on-screen instructions, you will soon get the hang of it.
TI Cricket (Texas Instruments) (TI99/4A)
The list of players is shown together with numerical ratings indicating their batting ability against certain types of ball.
Monster Maths (Shards) (BBC Model B)
In this program, even Level 1 can give problems like finding 468 from 21, 18 and 12... Fine for adults, but not for the target age group.
Early Punctuation (Stainless) (Spectrum 48K)
I wonder if parents or teachers will really want to spend time putting in different sentences, when writing them on to paper or a blackboard is so much simpler.
Jungle Jumble (Computertutor) (Spectrum 48K)
A shameful omission is that it is impossible to alter the questions.
Capital Letters (Sinclair Research) (Spectrum 48K)
Both primary and remedial children would enjoy this way to learn and reinforce knowledge.
Amazing Ollie (Storm) (BBC Model B)
A game program for an older child... Levels within the program are well chosen.
Galaxy Conflict (Martech) (BBC Model B)
No solo play option, no move-limited game... Both of which would have made the program that much easier to use.
Empire (Shards) (Dragon 32)
Good fun, and quite interesting, but do allow over 30 minutes for each game!
Ring Of Power (Quicksilva) (Commodore 64)
I would not advise any adventuring experts to buy it - they would find it too easy. No instructions.
Vampire Village (Terminal) (Spectrum 48K)
The game is smartly packed in a superior style library case and operating instructions are straightforward.
Jokers Wild (Phoenix) (Spectrum 16K/48K)
Has that tantalising mixture of predictability and randomness so beloved of true adventure freaks.
Chess (Oasis) (Dragon 32)
An excellent version of the game. Well worth buying.
Reversi (Byteware) (Spectrum 48K)
Nothing to get excited about... Should have been a lot better.
Conflict (Martech) (BBC Model B)
A good introduction to computer-moderated games.
Addvance (Stainless) (TI99/4A)
Not a bad program, but in my opinion lacks lasting appeal.
Othello (Timeless) (TI99/4A)
I enjoyed playing this game and recommend it as ideally suited to the TI machine.
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