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Mission Impossible (Silversoft)
The graphics are simple and it seems likely that only those with a taste for difficulty will find this a rewarding exercise.
A lively puzzle, with amusing responses from the computer, although in one case we suspected that it threw us into the abyss in spite of a correct answer.
Las Vegas (Temptation)
Black Jack does not hold the excitement of a genuine card game played for cash but the responses are fast and the challenge of trying to beat the computer is addictive.
Vampire Village (Terminal)
Unfortunately the graphics are painfully slow and obtaining any meaningful response from any of the vocabulary keys is in most cases unrewarding.
Doom Bugs (Work Force)
The graphics and sound are suitably frenetic and the action is fast enough to satisfy the most practised of arcade addicts.
It's Only Rock 'N Roll/Tomb Of Dracula (Ktel)
Apart from the novel scenario, there is nothing particularly original about a simple arcade game which should only please anyone who is addicted to pressing the fire button.
Unless you are already firmly addicted to zapping anything in sight, this is unlikely to convert you.
Chess Tutor (Artic)
If you decide to play, you can choose from three levels of difficulty and the computer will display the book opening it has used at the side of the screen.
Diet Master (Delta 7)
If you like to let the computer do the work for you, this is a clearly-explained and well-presented program.
Pitman Seven (Visions)
Yet another variation on the maze-with-hazards theme but the pace of the action is well-judged and the graphics are very professional.
Chuckie Egg (A 'n F)
Highly addictive and appealing graphics and sound.
Map Of UK (Kuma)
While a map program is certain not to be as exciting as a game, this is a very user-friendly program with no obvious bugs.
The graphics are simple but the game is carefully-presented and there is plenty of variety to keep you playing. You can also choose from nine levels of difficulty.
If you are persistent and like a taxing puzzle, it should provide an absorbing occupation.
The number and awkward placing of the keys needed to play Aquarius present a challenge and you may find it easier to succeed in your mission if you use a joystick.
The Forest (Phipps Associates)
The graphics are simple but effective and the booklet provides very thorough explanations.
Caribbean Trader (East Midland)
The game can be played on three levels of difficulty... An addictive strategy game.
Hanoi King (Contrast)
It is such a classic puzzle that it cannot fail to absorb you... but more could have been made of it with better graphics and perhaps a more interesting scoring system.
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