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An excellent introductory adventure.
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Just before writing this review I loaded the game for a brief final look... and when I finally dragged myself away it was over an hour later which tells its own story.
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Alien Highway (Vortex)
It's fiendishly hard, and some of the problems will have you tearing your hair.
The animation here is smoother than anything I've seen before, and on top of that there are at least five or six things happening on the screen simultaneously.
Space Hunter (Mastertronic)
It's all very competently programmed, despite its two rather incongruous sections... though it's probably limited in its lifespan.
Delta Wing (Mastertronic)
If you can find a Spectrum-owning friend and you both have Interface 1 and separate TVs, then you can indulge in true one-to-one combat, with each of you getting your own cockpit view.
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Further modules and new main adventures are promised, so keep your eyes open and don't hesitate about buying Heavy On The Magick. It's a demon's delight.
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This open feel to the game combined with a non-linear plot, makes for a neat snappy little adventure.
Questprobe 3: The Fantastic Four (US Gold)
Unless you're smart enough to get through this in one or two goes you may well end up feeling cheated and disappointed.
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The 3D effects are good but the action is predictable.
The Tarot (Psychic Software)
A real missed opportunity. All Psychic manages to do is produce a database of Tarot meanings, and put in some fake gypsy music.
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I can't see this being one of Mastertronic's biggest sellers. To anybody who isn't a disciple of the Tote it's likely to appear slow and boring.
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Legend Of The Amazon Women (US Gold)
I was well-prepared to hate this game, given that it's late and backed by one of the most appalling ad campaigns. In fact it's great fun to play, and I wouldn't mind betting it'll do well.
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The graphics are small and basic and if Alligata thinks this will compete with Commando, Rambo and Green Beret, it should think again.
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