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Rocket Roger (Commodore 64)
An excellent game combining some of the best features from many old favourites.
See-Saw (Commodore 64)
The game is very simple, utterly barmy and I loved it.
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Has options for one or two players and you can use either the keyboard or joystick to manoeuvre your munching man around the maze.
Odyssey 1 (Spectrum 16K/48K)
This one's a bad egg; even at just under a fiver... The inlay is almost more interesting than the game itself.
Toy Bizarre (Commodore 64)
The action is fast and furious with smooth animation and some pleasant soundtrack music.
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Graphically it is quite simple but the attraction and entertainment lie in the puzzles.
Spaceman Sid (BBC Model B)
A great game that will keep you amused for hours... The graphics are first-rate.
River Raid (Spectrum 48K)
A jolly enough game, perhaps more for the junior champs than the heavyweight brigade.
Sir Lancelot (Spectrum 16K/48K)
A fast and exciting arcade game... The graphics are basic, but even so the figures are effective.
Arnold Goes To Somewhere Else (Amstrad CPC464)
The vocabulary is large and the game makes up for all its niggles with originality and some fiendishly difficult problems.
Tir Na Nog (Spectrum 48K)
You'll find action and adventure in this game, and you might even have to pop into your local library if you really want to solve it.
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Creepy Castle (Acorn Electron)
The game format and play is original but text has been sacrificed on the altar of graphics.
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