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The Flintstones (Grandslam)
Good graphics and a variety of game styles. Immense difficulty makes it last too.
Action Force 2 (Virgin Games)
A winner... As it gets harder and harder, Action Force II just gets better and better.
Lee Enfield Space Ace (Infogrames)
Very attractive target practice game. Could do with a little extra 'pep' in the gameplay department.
Street Fighter (Go!)
A thoroughly impressive combat game which knocks Renegade for six.
Competent coin-op conversion with lots of bad guys. Doesn't score highly on the originality front though.
Crazy Cars (Titus)
The game loses some points for its lack of 'polish', but it's definitely the most successful attempt at automobile-bound 3D racing game to date on the Speccy!
Well crucial strategy bouncy thingy, shame about the funny name. A computer board game.
Some toothsome graphics but rather dull gameplay. Still, OK.
Dan Dare (Virgin)
Atmospheric colourful arcade adventure that really brings the term 'Computer Comic' to its true meaning.
One of those 'lusty graphics and gameplay' type budget games.
Fifth Quadrant (Ricochet)
Tedious 3D arcade adventure with little or no playability.
Ballbreaker 2 (CRL)
An old idea with a fresh twist of lemon. Nice but a lot like Volume 1.
A complex and enjoyable arcade-adventure ideal for mapping freaks.
10 Great Games II (Gremlin)
Excellent value, if some of the better titles haven't yet found their way into your own collections.
Cage Match (Mastertronic)
Is there anything good I can say about this game, I ask myself? Well, it does have a two player feature, but are there two people who want to play it?
An atmospheric and entertaining game, fans of World War 2 scenarios will love it.
Impressive conversion of one of my all time favourites. Get out that broadsword and boogie!
Countdown To Doom (Topologika)
A classic sci-fi adventure, rescued from the endless obscurity of the BBC market. Top notch puzzles and atmosphere.
Completely incomprehensible and exceedingly dull game which puts you in the shape of a police cone.
Disposable Heroes (Powerhouse)
This turns out to be a simple 'Simon' variant... it's so easy to as to be laughable. Disposable.
Sophisticated zapping for purists. Just enough strategy to give it some longevity.
Demon's Revenge (Firebird)
Competent and entirely adequate collect-and-explore game.
Philosopher's Quest (Topologika)
Absurdly involved puzzle-ridden adventure of high difficulty. Not for the novice or the easily put-off.
Nothing spectacular in the graphics or sound department, but good gameplay. An old, old favourite.
Jinxter (Rainbird/Magnetic Scrolls)
The best adventure ever released bar none and if it doesn't do amazingly well, then I'm a frog's armpit.
Karnov (Electric Dreams)
If fat Russians are your bag, then Karnov should fit very comfortably over your shoulder. A very close conversion.
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