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Innovative strategy game with stylish graphics. Parts 1 and 2 are ace, but be prepared to find Part 3 really iffy.
An excellent conversion of the wonderful coin-op. Straightforward gameplay but some stunning animated graphics.
Enduro Racer (Activision)
This Sega coin-op conversion puts other top software houses to shame. It sets a new standard for arcade tie-ins.
The naffest game release from a 'major' software house for two years. No-one should be allowed to push this on to the shelves.
Into The Eagle's Nest (Pandora/Interceptor)
A Gauntlet-style game that outdoes the original with great graphics and strategic gameplay. Terrific fun - buy it.
Humorous fantasy combined with a strong, heroic quest, set in a Knightlorish world.
Shadow Skimmer (The Edge)
The smoothest scrolling attribute-clash free game you've ever seen. Maybe more detailed than Hewson's Uridium.
Shockway Rider (Faster Than Light)
Large animated sprites, lots of fun and as original a game idea as you'll find anywhere. It's marvellous, number one.
Kat Trap (Streetwise)
An interesting game. More mainstream than most of Domark's stuff to date, and with a very slick feel.
Possibly the only postman game to be set in the 21st century... Clever ideas, but not likely to have long term appeal.
Adventure Building System (Alpha Omega)
Ace Of Aces (US Gold)
A big improvement on US Gold's Dambusters. The graphics and game play are as realistic as you could wish.
Battle Of Britain (PSS)
It works, but it plods a bit. Worth it if you enjoy the long drawn out challenge, but Century's 3
Not another Gauntlet variant, although it looks like it. Instead a brilliant, multi-faceted, blast, cast and thinking game.
Fist II: The Legend Continues (Melbourne House)
Definite improvement on the first game. Now you get the chance to put all that whacking to a kind of purpose.
Judge Dredd (Melbourne House)
Finally, a decent licence conversion. Futuristic reactionary oppression of a big scale. From 2000AD's bad good-guy.
Professional Snooker Simulator (Codemasters)
Graphically better even than Steve Davis Snooker, from CDS. But you can't play against the computer.
Asteroids meets American Football. Both win. Simple to learn, difficult to master.
Simulation? Ha! it's a fairly futile game, duller than the real thing. Alternative has been caught out with this one.
Brian Clough's Football Fortunes (CDS)
Multi-player board/computer game combination where skill seems unnecessary. Expensive despite the trimmings.
Bazooka Bill (Melbourne House)
Rambo a go go Destruction, death and violence on a big scale. It'll sell lots but won't change the world.
They Call Me Mr. Trooper (CRL)
Arcade adventure meets martial arts and falls between two stools in an interesting experiment.
Legend Of Kage (Imagine)
Pedestrian coin-op conversion of a fairly old game. Take your Shurikens to the three tops to defeat the colour clash.
Little Computer People (Activision)
An incredible programming achievement... you'll come closer to actually believing than you can possibly imagine.
Agent Orange (A 'n F)
Love-it-or-hate it style strategy-blast with a bit of ecology thrown in for good measure. Highly innovative storyline.
Jail Break (Konami)
Good adaption of the original arcade game, compulsive and frenzied. Good start for Konami's DIY approach.
Wibstars (A 'n F)
Horrible hodge podge of several budget games, based around a joke that was never funny. Don't even think about it.
Dreary, old-hat nonsense pretending to be a bargain purchase. Don't be taken in - it's flabbergastingly unoriginal!
Falcon Patrol 2 (Virgin Games)
Bad sound, bad graphics and bad gameplay. Destined to be budget from birth. It's in no way redeemed by being cheap.
Nuclear Countdown (Atlantis)
3D arcade game that mixes Gyroscope with Highway Encounter to good effect. A first division budget title.
BMX Simulator (Codemasters)
Brilliant conversion of a C64 hit. Bikers' paradise with smooth slippery action. A genuine simulation.
Bah! Re-hashed hokum in a none-too-pretty wrapper. Avoid unless you want to he the only owner of this version.
The Growing Pains Of Adrian Mole (Virgin)
Marginally humorous second game based on the Adrian Mole books. It lacks much sense of involvement.
Great graphics and amusing effects redeem this from being just another arcade adventure.
League Challenge (Atlantis)
There are better football manager games but it's probably tough to find one tougher. Only for the extremely patient.
Apache Gold (Incentive)
A bit dull and disappointing. Not one to lift your scalp. A lot more could have been done with the plot.
Operation Stallion (Wrightchoice)
Not wonderful or absolutely dreadful though it seems a bit short on problems so far. Worth a look, but a bit pricey.
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