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A wonderful game. I think everyone will like this one, basically because it's an addictive blast and one for which you don't need much brain power.
Star Paws (Software Projects)
A great game and one well worth the mega cheap price.
Black Lamp (Firebird)
An excellently playable arcade adventure with atmospheric graphics, detailed animation and a very appealing hero.
Energy Warrior (MAD X)
Well above average budgety shooty with excellent parallax scrolling.
Graphically basic but enjoyable playable combination of skill and strategy.
Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine (Hewson)
Everything Exolon had and more. A worthy successor.
Proof Of Destruction (Mastertronic)
Jeff Minter at his best - except it's not Minter's doing!
Park Patrol (Firebird)
Hotch potch of a few fairly dull ideas. Awful graphics. Harmless hokum.
Colossus Chess 4.0 (CDS)
Average chess game with a fair level of playability, but there are better ones on the market.
The graphics are good and varied, and the gameplay feels somehow superior to most games in the same field.
Generally, not very good, though the Dave Whittaker piece on the intro screen is quite nice.
Football Frenzy (Alternative)
Decidedly budget adventure about a mythical football team and a lot of ridiculous problems. I wish I'd had the shredded wheat instead.
Extraordinarily late though nonetheless competent Breakout Renaissance effort. Nothing new.
Arkanoid II: Revenge Of Doh (Imagine)
A great game. Fun, very easy to get into and frustratingly addictive.
A competent and fun scroller, but overuse of colour has caused major attribute problems.
Slow, unplayable, graphically poor and generally crap. Still, it's a lot of fun.
Rockford (Mastertronic Added Dimension)
Quite a good attempt at nostalgia, and with a free game on the B side. My advice is, if you see it, buy it.
Whoah! Haven't I seen this somewhere before? Exolon goes Himalayan.
Ghosts 'N Goblins derivative with a merely average scare-factor.
First class vertical scrolling shoot and bomb 'em up destined to be a hit. Better than many full price games around.
Ramparts is Rampage with Medieval knobs on, but Rampage is so much better.
Championship Sprint (Activision)
Elegant though pricey pack and race game.
Grand Prix Tennis (Mastertronic Added Dimension)
Cheap 'n' cheerful sports sim delivering a good dose of action for the money.
Blood Valley (Gremlin)
Disappointing and shallow combination of combat and role-playing game scenarios.
A Day In The Life Of The Thing (Players)
A wonderful Magic Knighty romp with the same sort of cutesy graphics and fabulous animation.
Side Arms (Go!)
Highly entertaining mass destruction game that, though it bears little to the arcade game, is still good in its own right.
A very well thought out concept, but the game itself doesn't hang together well enough to receive high merit.
Tir Na Nog (Rebound)
The hardest bit is not finding objects, but persuading their owners to give them up.
Dun Darach (Rebound)
The exciting sequel to Tir Na Nog; not quite so complex, still good.
Cuchulainn in space; even better than Tir Na Nog.
Loads Of Midnight (CRL)
I didn't enjoy playing this adventure at all and can't find anything in its favour that would make me recommend it to anyone.
Ikari Warriors (Elite)
Ikari Warriors is very late, looks fairly out of date and won't be anybody's all-time favourite game, but the gameplay is strong and the action is fast, and that counts for quite a lot in my book.
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