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Terror Of The Deep (Mirrorsoft)
Hair raisingly eerie at first, but the monsters soon appear. Complex underwater simulation which ultimately became dull.
Ultimate reverses drive for this comeback. The graphics contain few innovations but it's the plot that scores.
Sigma 7 (Durell)
Really quite nice. Good graphics and varied gameplay make it well worth the cash. Could lack addictiveness.
Not just another "Fist" game. Uchi-Mata manages to simulate many Judo moves in a convincing way.
Disappointing attempt at a future-sports sim. Some nice ideas negated by slow response. Mediocre.
Slick graphics, good sound and stunning gameplay. Genuinely addictive qualities make Arkanoid a winner.
Bombjack II (Elite)
Platforms and ladders with great style. Terrific sequel to a strong original, which is thrown in too as a free extra.
Dizzy Dice (Players)
A fruit machine simulation with several dicey twists. Two types of game plan with good graphics to boot.
10th Frame (US Gold)
Bowling game with no outstanding features. Even the background colour is jaded. But if bowling's your game...
Matt Lucas (Players)
Simple graphic adventure with a reasonably inventive plot, full of gut-grabbing suspense.
Feeble attempt at space age originality. Relies on hackneyed concepts. No real effort to be inventive.
Classic Muncher (Bubble Bus)
Resurrection of a classic coin-op - four years ago! Could prove fatal to Bubble Bus' budget range.
Leaderboard (US Gold)
Real 3D golf, not puny putting. Five under par for Leader Board... It'll take the simulation market by storm.
Butch Hard Guy (Advance)
Satisfactory programming with some half-cocked humour to boot. Don't let the dreadful free badge put you off.
Fairly good space dodge and kill game. It has all the extra trimmings but maybe doesn't add up to anything really stunning.
Sky Runner (Cascade)
Long awaited and marginally disappointing. Complicated plot attempts to disguise a simple 3D game.
A highly entertaining tussle between two wizards with great graphics and twelve spells to conjure with.
Tired old re-release of a now dated game. You'd be better off getting Beach Head. Very dull. Doesn't age well.
Grange Hill (Argus Press)
A curious mixture of adventure and arcade game. Some good puzzles should give it some appeal.
A unique sea-bound simulation. Puts you at the mercy of the elements rather than in a pilot's seat. Very clever.
Silent Service (US Gold/Microprose)
This submarine warfare game is the best and most complex simulations to be released for months.
A fairly entertaining souped-up Kingdom derivative with a marginally more interesting setting. Not one for action freaks.
Murder Off Miami (CRL)
A compelling, if implausible, plot. Not one of Fergus' best but the poster's good fun and it'll take quite some solving.
The Sidney Affair (Infogrames)
Vera Cruz rides again but this is a welcome program for all that. Fascinating and involving effort from over the channel.
Battlefield Germany (PSS)
A magnificent simulation of a fascinating topic. Graphics are excellent and gameplay is challenging.
Ardennes (TK Computerware)
Confusing - gets too bogged down in a crowded map. Historically accurate but dull war game.
Britain Invaded (TK Computerware)
The best of the four TK wargames, with plenty of room to manoeuvre. Nice feel and a good map.
War In The East (TK Computerware)
OK, but nothing more than a straight slog. The scenario has rather been done to death elsewhere too.
Fall Of The Third Reich (TK Computerware)
Not really worth it. A boring, repetitive slog. Especially since it turns out it's a wargame you can't win!
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