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Ninja Hamster (CRL)
A truly bizarre game concept to revitalise the Martial Arts style games. Tremendous fun watching hamster croak.
Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom (US Gold)
Catch 23 (Martech)
3D vector line graphics thrash. Impressive game to look at, easy to get into, and hard to put down.
A simple idea brilliantly realised with excellent hi-res graphics and a pace of play that'll keep you interested for ages.
Best Of 3D (Vortex)
Nice compilation with a few good points but let down by Android II.
Stormbringer 128 (Mastertronic)
The final Magic Knight game, now enhanced as 128K-only version.
Tomb Of Syrinx (The Power House)
A pretty simple scrolling maze game. Take it or leave it.
Hit 6-Pak (Elite)
Top value mix of some oldies and newbies. Who can gripe at seven games on one tape...?
Superb. The best game for ages. All death and destruction on a ludicrously grand scale. Buy this game now.
The Big Sleaze (Piranha)
Fergus McNeil meets Chandler and gets badly mauled. Lacks his main trademark - it's not very funny.
A touch of originality here and there and quite pleasing to look at but not, in the end of lasting interest.
Triaxos (39 Steps/Ariolasoft)
Rescue the prisoner against all the odds. Not the most dynamic of games, but the transporter idea is neat.
The Final Matrix (Gremlin)
Visually stunning effort from Gremlin, but the gameplay is perhaps too complex to prove addictive.
Championship Baseball (Gamestar)
Not one for hard-nose arcaders. American-icon fetishists and genuine sports fans will find much to admire, though.
Wonder Boy (Activision)
A fast and smooth playing, running and jumping game with enough variation between levels to keep you hooked.
The Living Daylights (Domark)
Much better than A View To A Kill, The Living Daylights is a compendium of eight goodish short games in one package.
Bride Of Frankenstein (Ariolasoft/39 Steps)
You don't get many clues and may have to rely on blundering luck rather than logic. That may put you off to start but, if you stick with it, Bride will reward you handsomely.
Hades Nebula (Nexus)
Curiously addictive game with nice backgrounds. Fergus McNeil meets Chandler and gets badly mauled. Lacks his main trademark - it's not very funny.
Star Fox (Reaktor)
High-class though not wholly original 3D blast with some strategic elements. Fairly standard stuff.
Slap Fight (Imagine)
Generally a fine conversion from an excellent original coin-op. But watch out for those invisible bullets!
Leaderboard Tournament (US Gold)
Follow-up to the classic Leaderboard. More of the same with lots and lots of different holes to play.
5 Star Games 2 (Beau-Jolly)
Good compilation. At least three very good titles and the other two are OK.
Letter Set (Alpha Computer Products)
Another character designer; but reasonably cheap.
Five Computer Hits (Beau-Jolly)
A sad and frequently dull compilation. Only worth it for Starstrike II.
Ball Crazy (Mastertronic)
A routine romp with ball and bricks. The budget price tag doesn't make it excusable and there's no 128K+2 joystick compatibility.
The Curse Of Sherwood (Mastertronic)
Good medieval fun, running round and firing your longbow. Not much variety, but entertaining all the same.
Mystery Of Arkham Manor (Melbourne House)
Complex menu-driven adventure with overtones of Gothic horror stories. A possible hit.
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