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Fairlight (The Edge)
This has got to be one of the best arcade-adventure quests of the year.
Dynamite Dan (Mirrorsoft)
Forget Jet Set Willy II and fork out the folding stuff instead for Dynamite Dan.
The game is certainly a challenge in the final version, and very difficult to beat, even on the easiest of five levels.
Abu Simbel Profanation (Gremlin)
Gremlin gives absolutely nothing away in the packaging, and you are in for a real lulu of a brainbuster if you seriously intend to get through all 45 screens.
The Artist (Softek)
The power of the line generation and pixel commands, coupled with the cut and paste facilities, and not forgetting the UDG generator, makes The Artist one of the most powerful graphics aids.
Shadowfire Tuner (Beyond)
Once you've got the hang of the instructions, it is easy to implement.
That's The Spirit (The Edge)
Ghostbusting is no doddle - despite having about 15 items stashed away I wasn't able to connect anything up and you will have to experiment long and hard to make link-ups.
Jack Charlton's Match Fishing (Alligata)
The problem is that if you don't know anything about fishing you won't get much out of the game.
Nick Faldo Plays The Open (Mind Games/Argus Press)
If you must buy a Golf simulation for ten quid then Argus has a very pleasant game it would love to flog you.
Frank Bruno's Boxing (Elite)
It's a pity that Frank Bruno isn't a two player game but if you are into vicarious violence - buy it.
Not wildly addictive and once you have mastered the controls, it soon loses its initial impact. Very much an also-ran.
Described on the cassette inlay as 'the fight of the century', it might be better termed 'the worst fight of the century'.
On The Run (Design Design)
You have probably seen and played it all before, but if you like this type of challenge and want another variation on an Ultimate theme, then buy it.
Fast with smooth graphics. Though not the most exciting game around, it is good value and should take some time to complete.
Monopoly (Leisure Genius)
Just about the only reason for playing computer Monopoly is if you are a lonely addict adrift amongst inveterate Trivial Pursuiters. Beating the Spectrum offers little solace, however. And it's very boring.
Firebird says Cylu was a borderline case for its Gold range and if the similarities to Alien 8 were not so apparent it would have made it.
Phineas Frogg (Mirrorsoft)
We still have not solved the mystery, but have decided Mole is hidden down the mysterious locked corridor.
Action Biker (Mastertronic)
Software like this gives junk food a bad name. Let's kill this off instantly by refusing to buy such garbage.
Ancient Quests (Mirrorsoft)
Represents good value and the mixture of arcade action with content is just about right.
Sufficiently addictive and tortuous, Metabolis isn't exactly going to set the software industry afire but it is considerably better than many others on the market.
Buck Rogers (US Gold)
In colour a revolting pink and crimson form the lines and in level two, a brilliant blue and red.
QL Reversi (Softschool)
A package which should prove useful to those looking to start a business and to those wishing to expand.
Terrormolinos (Melbourne House)
Immensely silly, immensely fun! Even people who hate the usual type of computer adventure will want to join in.
Red Moon (Level 9)
Be sure of one thing; the solution to Red Moon is no easy linear progression from task to task. You will have to work hard to discover the significance of many objects.
Pretty much in the middle ground of adventuring. More detail would have improved on a reasonably interesting plot and setting.
The big problem with this game it that it has a move limitation and any extra wandering means that you cannot win.
Operation Nightingale (Softly Softly)
The story-line is not particularly original but the program is competently put together. There are a good number of locations and enough detail and events to hold your interest.
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