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Sly Spy Secret Agent (Ocean)
Nine levels, nicely detailed graphics, smooth animation, non-stop action, and decent sound effects; it left me shaken but not stirred.
If you're very patient indeed, you may find some enjoyment in Delta. Otherwise, it'll just give you a headache.
Astro Marine Corps (Dinamic)
It certainly isn't a game for novices, and it's got some irritating features but if you're after a stiff challenge with lots of variety, this is the game for you.
Micro Mouse (Mastertronic)
The graphics are unimaginative, the sound's average, and though the scrolling's quite fast and smooth, it's not enough to add any excitement to this pile of rodent droppings.
A shining example of the new wave of adventures. Excellent on all fronts.
3D International Tennis (Palace)
Utterly superb. It's packed with action, but still retains some skillful elements.
Wonder Boy (The Hit Squad)
Ok, on first release Wonder Boy was good. But nowadays, it's not that good.
Dynasty Wars (US Gold)
Fast-moving and spicy Oriental slasher. It suffers from some over-complex graphics.
World Championship Boxing Manager (Goliath Games)
A worthy follow-up to the well-received Tracksuit Manager, and whether or not you're interested in the noble art, you should enjoy having a bash at it.
Yogi Bear (Hi-Tec)
Hey Hey Hey! It's no picernic, but it's a lot of laughs all the same!
Quartet (The Hit Squad)
Bottom of the barrel. Should never have seen the light of day. I could go on... but charity and lawyers prevent me.
Match Day (The Hit Squad)
More frustrating than fun. A pretty sorry football cash-in scenario. Best left alone.
Sonic Boom (Activision)
The flight of the enemy planes and your own Super weapon; a sort of circulating circle of discs affair, are terrific.
Lords Of Chaos (Bladesoft)
A great strategy game with a wealth of options that give an old format a new lease of life.
Pro Tennis Tour (Ubisoft)
Competent but uninspiring tennis simulator. Not actually that much 'fun'.
Kemshu (Cult Games)
Fascinating mind-game with a twist. Not that great to look at, but great fun.
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