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3D Monster Maze (New Generation)
This is simply essential for all owners of the 16K ZX81.
Cassette One (M. Orwin)
The games include several old arcade favourites. They are all fast in action although, even with the ZX81 keyboard, they are easy to play.
Cassette Four (M. Orwin)
Another cassette that provides value for money.
Fast, furious and almost impossible to play. It should cater for all arcade addicts who still hanker for new versions of original arcade games.
The Guardian (PSS)
The Guardian provides nothing spectacular in innovation but it is easy and fun to play.
Winged Warlords (CDS)
The graphics are amusing and the game is fun to watch as well as play.
Skull (Games Machine)
It is incredible that anyone with a sense of what the market expects should produce another maze game in which you move round collecting treasure and gaining points.
Monkey Bizness (Artic)
Can be a bit tedious after you have been through several levels of play.
3D Star Wars (CCI)
If you buy the game, may the force be with you. You will need it. The screen looks more like a patchwork of coloured blobs than a spacescape.
The Snowman (Quicksilva)
The game is attractive and is a change from the violence of Space invaders and the like.
Loony Zoo/Killer Knight (Phipps Associates)
The medieval trappings cannot disguise the basic Kong pattern.
A welcome change from programs which would have you play Bridge with them.
While the animation is excellent, during those effects the crash sequence is a little too graphic and some people might find it tasteless.
Here Comes The Sun (Alligata)
Simple graphics do not add a great deal to the game and in time the humour may pall, but the adventure provides a reasonable amount of entertainment.
Dinky Digger (Postern)
Definitely not for the novice, although it might appeal to experienced players eager to improve their keyboard skills.
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