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Boilerhouse (Front Runner) (Spectrum 48K)
The graphics are attractive and there's a pleasant little tune, but that's no compensation, since the game does not appear to work as it should.
Breakdance (Ashbrook Hse) (Commodore 64)
Even though the graphics and sound were up to Epyx's high standard, this game became boring after a while.
Henry's House (English) (Commodore 64)
The graphics are among the best I've seen, and you can admire them all straight away as the title sequence shows you each of the rooms - a nice touch.
Ghostbusters (Activision) (Spectrum 48K)
The graphics are good on all screens, the map being particularly well-designed and colourful. Bound to be a winner.
Styx (No Man's Land) (Oric 48K)
It's very easy to become addicted to this!
Cannonball Chess (Stainless) (TI99/4A)
The game does not take itself very seriously and for those who prefer toy soldiers this would be a good buy.
Henri (Visions) (Atari 400)
A super game... Nine delightful colours, high quality graphics, good sound effects and an excellent scoring system.
The Wild Bunch (Firebird) (Spectrum 48K)
This atmospheric, semi-graphic adventure is well worth adding to your collection.
All Or Nothing (Abbex) (Spectrum 48K)
Very exciting... This program achieves a very high standard.
Terra Force (Firebird) (Spectrum 16K/48K)
Worth emptying the loose change out of your pockets for this one.
Alice In Videoland (Audiogenic) (Commodore 64/128)
The graphics and sound effects are superb... It's well worth paying extra for a copy on disc.
PC Fuzz (Anirog) (Commodore 64)
The graphics are rather nice, but this game is too limited in scope for my liking, besides being impossibly difficult to play.
Billy Ball To The Rescue (Stainless) (TI99/4A)
The graphics have been well-designed and good use is made of colour.
Frenzy (Micro Power) (Commodore 64)
Although it is a game for quick thinking, it is not solely dependent on chance... That for me is what makes it so playable.
Menace (Firebird) (Spectrum 16K/48K)
Full marks for originality... Will appeal to youngsters... And should manage to raise a chuckle.
Erbert (Microbyte) (Amstrad CPC464)
Good and fast, with plenty of color... Having said that, it is nowhere near as original as other games.
David's Midnight Magic (Ariolasoft) (Commodore 64)
Graphics are extremely good and very realistic.
Quinx (Supersoft) (Commodore 64)
Overall - nothing special. There's no fast load, no high-score table, and it's not particularly cheap.
Scuba Attack (Century) (Spectrum 48K)
Although everything moves smoothly, there is nothing in this game to hold your attention.
Chopper (Severn) (Oric 48K/Atmos)
Overall an addictive shoot-'em-up with some of the best graphics around.
Super Scramble (Mushroom) (Commodore 64)
If you really need a scramble to complete your collection, this one's worth a good look.
Booty (Firebird) (Spectrum 48K)
The graphics are smooth moving and the sound is excellent... The game has quite an
addictive quality which is an indication that it should do well.
Run Baby Run (Firebird) (Spectrum 16K)
I did try to improve my performance by connecting a joystick, but discovered that I made less progress this way than with the keyboard.
Roboactive (Absolute) (TI99/4A)
Since some Texas joysticks are difficult to position on the diagonals, mine included,
frustration with the hardware ultimately spoils the game.
Funhouse (Pacific) (Spectrum 48K/128K)
Well-executed, novel, interesting and good value, this should appeal to adventurers.
The Secret Of Arendarvon Castle (Addison-Wesley) (Spectrum 48K)
An interesting innovation... When I first looked at it, I was ready to dismiss it; having read the book, I'm drawn into its mysterious world.
Se-Kaa Of Assiah (Mastervision) (Spectrum 48K)
The screen layout is attractive, and the graphics are quickly accessed... They really add to the game.
Volcanic Dungeon (Mastervision) (Spectrum 48K)
Options seem very restricted in comparison with other adventures.
Spider-Man (Adventure International) (Spectrum 48K)
Classy... Recommended for masochists and adventure freaks!
Exodus (Firebird) (Spectrum 48K)
Exodus should keep invader fans looking for something that little bit different amused for hours.
Oil Panic/Jet Plane (Mark Jameson) (TI99/4A)
The programs suffer from spelling mistakes and
appear to have been written by a child.
Beamrider (Activision) (Spectrum 48K)
The graphics let this down. Not that they're bad, but they're certainly not state-of-the-Spectrum-art, being quite small and prone to flicker.
Space Wrek (CJ Software) (Spectrum 48K)
Audible warning is given of the presence of any mine in adjoining squares - you must deduce and disarm the mine before fuel or oxygen run out.
Viking Raiders (Firebird) (Spectrum 48K)
An excellently conceived, absorbing game which required some cerebral activity and is unlikely to be discarded and quickly forgotten.
Ghostbusters (Activision) (Commodore 64)
The music was very well done but the game lacked staying power and I was soon bored with it. This needs a joystick.
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