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Doodlebug (Core Design)
Cutesy addictive platformer, hugely reminiscent of James Pond.
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Brilliant graphics and animation. It doesn't have the best gameplay you're ever likely to have seen in a game of this type, but it does kind of grip you.
Dragon's Lair III: The Curse Of Mordread (Readysoft)
If Readysoft could combine all the wondrous animation with a game you could actually play, they'd have a surefire smash on their hands. Unfortunately, however, in Dragon's Lair III they don't.
Action Sport (Daze)
There's more than enough quality here to keep the avid sports fan happy, but it's a shame there's no footy sim.
Fun for a while, but unlikely to keep you glued to your ST for weeks on end.
Titan achieves the rare distinction of making another Breakout-style game, Bunny Bricks, look absolutely marvellous.
Fire And Forget II (Titus)
An enormously playable, addictive and more than slightly great game.
A platform game whose only originality is a large number of platforms.
Truck Racing (Zeppelin Games)
A good idea... Six circuits, competent opponents and pitstops to repair the damage.
Offshore Warrior (Titus)
Scrolling blue bars and the worst bits of every bad car racing game you've ever seen. This is exasperatingly bad.
Space Crusade: The Voyage Beyond (Gremlin Graphics)
Ten more devious missions into the warp zone in classic wargaming style.
Hot Rubber (Palace)
A reasonable motorcycle sim is spoiled by over-sensitive joystick controls.
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