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Roland In Time (Amstrad CPC464)
This is an excellent game, varied and imaginative with excellent use of graphics and at last showing something of the full potential of the CPC464.
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Pyjamarama is probably one of the best ever games released for the Spectrum.
Strangeloop (Spectrum 48K)
Very well done, nicely presented and hard. Unusually for a game of this type, there's a save game facility.
Booty (Spectrum 48K)
The game is unusual, nicely executed, addictive and at £2.50, it's a steal.
Air Traffic Control (Spectrum 48K)
Air Traffic Control is very good, comprehensive and if you like this sort of game, well worth the price.
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Tiler isn't a bad little game, but it could really have been a bit more difficult.
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A well-executed game, but without the addictive quality of some of A&F's other offerings.
Elite (Acorn Electron)
The most addictive game I have ever come across and the first that could truly claim the title of 'mega-game'.
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Dragon Delights (Dragon 32)
Some people do find this series rather simple, and it is certainly not for those who like their location descriptions to be more than just 'I'm in leisure lounge', but they all have brain-teasing and have sold very well on other machines.
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