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Forest At World's End (Interceptor Micros) (Amstrad CPC464)
Will appeal to experienced armchair adventurers... a strong storyline not too imaginative for comprehension, but leaving Rupert Bear out in the cold.
Crystal Theft (Wiccasoft) (Amstrad CPC464)
Accompanying the cassette is an adequate instruction booklet and lengthy prologue to this fascinating adventure.
Return To Eden (Level 9) (Amstrad CPC464)
Another imaginative game from a company specialising in Level 9 Computing. A midnight oil burner.
Tyrann (No Man's Land) (Oric 1/Oric 48K)
For those who enjoy adventurers, Tyrann should be different enough to be worth a try.
Jewels Of Babylon (Interceptor Micros) (Amstrad CPC464)
The most pleasurable adventure I have seen. The computer's vocabulary is extensive, making communication more responsive.
Flight Path 737 (Anirog) (Amstrad CPC464)
Workable, but not really recommendable to budding Amstrad pilots.
Family Quiz (Blandford Press) (BBC Model B)
Overall, I would prefer the family to buy a whole range of quiz books or even a record book so they can write their own rather than buy this package at its exorbitant price.
Flexifriend (Camel) (Amstrad CPC464)
Not for the faint hearted as the results of running this program can be terrifying.
The Music Box (Selective) (BBC Model B)
Pictures are good and keep the interest very well... This is thought-provoking and easy to use.
Holy Horrors (Romik) (BBC Model B)
The pictures are detailed, interesting, colourful and drawn quickly... They appear only on your first visit and don't seem to add much to the verbal description at all.
Boulder Dash (Front Runner) (Spectrum 48K)
A game with lasting appeal, needing careful planning as well as fast reactions... Well worth adding to your calculations.
Finders Keepers (Mastertronic) (Spectrum 48K)
Not original, but a high quality treatment of some well-loved concepts at a keen price.
Software Star (Addictive Games) (Spectrum 48K)
Not as challenging as other simulations, and rather overpriced for what it is.
Espionage (Modular Resources) (Spectrum 16K)
Instead of the free pen, etc, the money would have been better spent on programming and printing.
Space Shuttle (Activision) (Spectrum 48K)
Very challenging, good fun, and will take some time to master... Excellent graphics, highly recommended.
Jungle Quest (Solar Soft) (Commodore 64)
Sufficiently challenging and attractive to appeal to lovers of arcade action, but if you're looking for originality, look elsewhere.
1985 (Mastertronic) (Commodore 64)
I had considerable difficulty in picking up even the easy fuel pods, let alone those in complex caverns.
African Safari (Simulated Interdisc) (Commodore 64)
According to the instructions, an experienced adventurer should be able to complete this game in fourteen days.
Titans (Romik) (Commodore 64)
Not bad, but not a classic game... The early levels are rather dull, as the monsters are too few and far between, but it improves, and fortunately you can select your own starting level.
Mr. Wong's Loopy Laundry (Amsoft) (Amstrad CPC464)
The Chinese style of background music enhances the visual impact of this splendid game.
Castle Quest (Micro Power) (BBC Model B)
The more I play this game, the more I get the sneaking feeling that this is one questor who won't be collecting his winnings from Micro Power.
Fruit Machine (Amsoft) (Amstrad CPC464)
A lost opportunity of innovative programming here, and such an obvious opportunity to be creative.
Azimuth 3000 (Interceptor Micros) (Commodore 64)
A must... Not only will it save a lot of frustration, it will also save money for software houses: far fewer tapes will be returned as faulty.
Fantasia Diamond (Hewson) (Amstrad CPC464)
Helpfully, your last several moves remain in vision, allowing an immediate check on the route taken to your present location.
Manic Miner (Amsoft) (Amstrad CPC464)
Hilarious family fun... Not being a master player, I saw lots of "Game Over" screens, and was promptly stomped on to boot!
Looey (Harlequin) (TI99/4A)
The game itself is nothing elaborate - yet another climb ladders, avoid nasties, jump about and eat apples type game.
Kami-Kaze (Supersoft) (Commodore 64)
I felt nothing but relief when this game ended.
Motocross (System 3) (Commodore 64)
A nice implementation, but I don't know about its
Flyer Fox (Tymac) (Commodore 64)
This game may not have the technical complexity of some flight simulators, but it's hard enough to keep you busy for quite some time.
Gandalf The Sorcerer (Tymac) (Commodore 64)
The game has excellent sound and graphics and if you're looking for something different it's worth considering.
Stock Car (Micro Power) (Commodore 64)
It's not realistic, and even if it had good graphics, I don't think I'd buy it.
Rock Storm 2 (Harlequin) (TI99/4A)
The spaceship has momentum, so the speed of the game is under your direction, but to control the
ship accurately takes practice.
Test Match (CRL) (Amstrad CPC464)
Test Match is a 'clonebuggy' - my word for a program hastily translated from one machine
to another in total disregard of the full potential of the new hardware.
Olympic Challenge (Century City) (Spectrum 48K)
Not the best Olympic program that I have ever seen.
Football Manager (Addictive Games) (Amstrad CPC464)
Hours of entertainment here. The highlights of each match are shown graphically in a perfectly adequate 3D replay, which lacks lustre owing to the poor use of sound commands.
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