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A game of great complexity, but one that is rewarding once you figure out exactly what you're meant to be doing.
I Of The Mask (Electric Dreams)
Takes a bit of getting into but, once you've got the hang of it, you'll be hooked.
Discs Of Death (Artic)
A superb robotic soundtrack... I was hooked for a time but I can't see myself returning often.
Robot Messiah (Alphabatim)
A great game - with colourful and clear graphics, superb on-screen movement and a goodly selection of caverns to map out.
Star Firebirds (Insight)
The high scorers will love it... and even I'd play it for a hour or two of brainless pleasure but for one thing - the price.
A very simple platform game - but one that's very addictive and a lot of fun.
Gyroscope (Melbourne House)
Its stunning 3D graphics will have you hooked - especially if you're a devotee of Marbles Madness, its arcade twin.
The Shadow Of The Unicorn (Mikro-Gen)
There's a mountain more to this than many games... A whole 16k more to splash around in - and a joystick port as well.
Overall , a great idea for a game, but it may prove to be just a little bit difficult to play.
One Man And His Droid (Mastertronic)
Any flush of success from scrapping your way to the teleport chamber is soon dissipated by the mediocrity of making the droid behave.
The different dropping blocks, instead of making the game more interesting, slow the whole thing down.
Rothman's Football Quiz (Cassell)
Answers are multiple choice so intelligent guessing can count for a lot.
Go out and buy it - it's a cracker!
The game, like the graphics, is functional not thrilling but a solid buy all the same.
Bomber Bob In Pentagon Capers (Bug-Byte)
Contains nothing you won't have seen before but I still found it great fun.
A novel variation on maze games with some simple but neat graphics and lots of destroy.
The graphics didn't quite live up to their original promise but you won't have time to take in the scenery as you're locked into a life-and-death shoot-'em-up!
Combines good Kung Fu graphical representations with the solid background of an action-packed story. Recommended.
Seas Of Blood (Adventure International)
Stick to this game me hearties... Ho, ho, ho and a bundle of fun.
There ain't no doubt about it, this is a smasher - you'll get to plaster a load of nasties and see the countryside.
The Never-Ending Story (Ocean)
A hot-shot Christmas bonus to exercise the brain cells... Mind you, the lack of an 'Examine' option is a serious loss.
Winter Sports (Electric Dreams)
A compendium of eight games... All will test you at the various skills, either against a mate or the computer through individual to team skills.
BC's Quest For Tires (Software Projects)
Pure and unadulterated arcade action - and it's still got plenty of natural fizz!
Tasword's far from perfect - it operates at near comatose speeds and simple things like inserting text are quite awkward!
The Buccaneer is all but redundant as a modern day fighting plane - as is this game compared to many excellent alternatives.
Quest For The Holy Grail (Mastertronic)
Cheap it may be, but good it's not.
Tomahawk (Digital Integration)
Digital Integration has done it again... I got a real kick out of Tomahawk. Clint Eastwood, watch out.
This one could take months to solve - it's certainly not for the faint-hearted.
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