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PC Fuzz (Commodore 64)
A good concept for a game but this implementation doesn't have enough challenge or variety to keep my interest.
Lode Runner (Spectrum 48K/128K)
Good fun for a few minutes, but I got tired of it rather quickly.
Quack A Jack (Amstrad CPC464)
Definitely a game to be tried... It won't keep you going for months, but you may get some pleasure from it for a week or two.
Drelbs (Commodore 64)
Not one of US Gold's better imports compared to some of its winners.
Boulder Dash (Spectrum 48K)
Boulder Dash is a great game... The graphics are colourful, but the scrolling's a bit jerky.
Astronut (Spectrum 48K)
Nutty stuff - imaginative, funny and addictive.
The game isn't exciting, but I am now more aware of the plight of ospreys.
Gogo The Ghost (Commodore 64/128)
Gogo The Ghost will keep you going for twice as long as most... Buying this game is money well spent.
Polar Perils (BBC/Electron)
At least the first two games are unplayable.
Jet Boot Jack (Spectrum 48K/128K)
Although platform games are now thick on the ground, this is one of the best.
Combat Lynx (Spectrum 48K)
A winner... One of a new breed of games that really gets you working hard, grabs your attention and gets harder as you get better.
An Introduction To Computers And Information Processing (European Machines)
The style is irritating and the approach to the subject less critical than it should be.
Using Your Vic 20 As A Music Synthesiser (Commodore Vic 20)
The contents, although very detailed, give no page numbers, and there is no index, making it impossible to find anything in the book.
The Creative Computer (Spectrum 48K)
A well-written book with the scope to fascinate most general readers.
Impossible Routines For The Commodore 64 (Commodore 64)
Definitely worth checking out... If you're a beginner or intermediate Commodore 64 programmer, you'll find a lot of useful material between the covers.
The Commodore 64 ROMs Revealed (Commodore 64)
If you already own a ROM disassembly, then throw it away and buy this book instead, you won't regret it.
The Memotech MTX Program Book (Memotech)
Even if you want only some of the programs on offer it looks like value for money.
Snowball Effect (Acorn Electron)
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