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Will be of interest to rat fans everywhere... Roland's rambling computer adventures give a new meaning to cuteness on the arcade screen.
Highway Encounter (Vortex)
Highway Encounter is the best Vortex game yet, innovative and addictive, and should go down a treat this summer.
Spy Vs. Spy (Beyond)
Playing against the computer is unexciting and frustrating. A two player game is another matter!
Tapper (US Gold)
A fine, unpretentious classic arcade game.
Jet Set Willy 2 (Software Projects)
If you already have Jet Set Willy, and have waited for the final game for a year, you'll probably be a little upset. If you never saw the original, then the sequel is the one to buy, and represents very fair value for a one-time classic.
Southern Belle (Hewson)
Train lovers will certainly enjoy a good, solid simulation, and those who are used to flight simulators may find a day's outing on the Southern Belle a refreshing change from airport mayhem.
A lot more thought could have made this an original simulation. At present it is just a bad simulation of a simulation.
Cluedo (Leisure Genius)
The Spectrum is certainly not a good competitor for all its large memory and logical powers. The game is best played with a number of human and a few computer participants.
Quackshot (Creative Sparks)
The graphics are smooth and as basic as any other maze game. There are sixteen screens for you to pass.
The Covenant (PSS)
Even arcade wizards would find it difficult to complete 256 caverns, go through 67 passages and contend with ever-present aliens using just one life.
Nodes Of Yesod (Odin)
Definitely worth adding to your library of games.
Go To Hell (666)
Buy it for the sicko humour rather than the game, and you'll not be disappointed.
Super Pipeline 2 (Taskset)
Super Pipeline II is like Jaws II, all packaging and no bite.
Tales Of The Arabian Nights (Interceptor Micros)
Even the simplest of level and ladders games may provide a few hours of escape from the rigours of the harem...!
The light synthesiser is an interesting idea but you would certainly be mad to buy this.
Frankenstein 2000 (Icon)
Arcade nuts will find most screens a doddle, but the infantile humour will defeat them.
The Bulge (Argus Press)
A good hard fight. It is fast and accurate, and a welcome addition to the new breed of computer wargames.
The Rocky Horror Show (CRL)
If you enjoyed the film and want to play a better than average take-off then CRL will be in your favour. I found this game weirdly addictive.
The unlikely scenario, ease of play and wimp monsters make the game suitable only for those who have not touched a computer or laid eyes on an arcade game.
QC Compiler (GST)
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Classic Bookkeeping (Manx Tapes Garey Veg)
Although the entry of data into Classic Book-keeping and Financial Accounts is relatively easy, the time wasted with large numbers of microdrive cartridges makes it unwieldy.
Decision Maker (Collins)
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Dun Darach (Gargoyle Games)
I enjoyed every compulsive minute of Dun Darach. Absolutely recommended.
Caesar's Travels (Mirrorsoft)
I am not sure that Caesar's Travels is successful as an educational tool as there are a number of inconsistencies which may only serve to confuse younger children.
Dead At The Controls (Artic)
This game is nowhere near Artic's usual standard.
Well designed and thoroughly enjoyable escapism.
The Helm (Firebird)
As far as I am concerned, Firebird can carry on bringing out programs like these. They show that text adventures can be fun without having to be self-important in attitude.
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