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Aladdin's Cave (Artic)
It's Aladdin: Son Of Willy, and there are some fairly fiendish rooms to get through.
The Art Studio (Rainbird)
A competent art studio with more than a few features to recommend it.
Back To Skool (Microsphere)
I found Eric a bit uncontrollable and there were times when he seemed to be going his own sweet way.
Barry McGuigan World Championship Boxing (Activision)
A top-ten contender in the software boxing championships.
Beach-Head II (US Gold)
The fairly average graphics don't quite match up to the gameplay.
Brainstorm (Bubble Bus)
What I saw I liked, but its sheer difficulty eventually made me lose interest.
Caves Of Doom (Mastertronic)
Cheaper than the price of a cinema ticket, it'll certainly keep you glued to the screen for a helluva lot longer!
Chickin Chase (Firebird)
A most amusing game.
If you like your shoot-'em-ups simple, they don't come much simpler than this.
Costa Capers (Firebird)
The idea of Costa Capers is an awful lot better than its execution.
Geoff Capes Strong Man (Martech)
It's not perfect, but it should keep a lot of people happy with its variety and difficulty.
Perhaps not the most enduring of games, but with superb animation, it's certainly different and it gets my qualified thumbs up.
Hypa Raid (Atlantis)
Travel from floor to floor via teleport lifts, opening doors by walking across panels with your fire button pressed.
International Karate (System 3)
It's fairly addictive and, if you just restrict yourself to a well-chosen routine of kicks and punches, you can generally get good enough to fight your way through the levels.
Experienced adventurers may find the game limited in its locations, but even so the puzzles are fairly tricky.
Robin Of Sherlock (Silversoft)
A hoot if you want something different. You can talk to the characters (unusual for a Quilled game), listen to them talking amongst themselves, and do a RAMsave if things look tricky.
Robin Of The Wood (Odin)
A great game - buy it! It doesn't really bear much similarity to the Robin Hood stories we all know and love - but that doesn't matter a bit.
Not one of the best arcade games I've seen but, if you're looking for a game to while away an hour or two, Rockman comes highly recommended.
Sir Fred (Mikro-Gen)
There's not a lot you won't have seen before, but it won't always have been so well packaged.
Soul Of A Robot (Mastertronic)
Warning: I had to restart the game when my robot got itself stuck between a platform and a spaceship!
A wonderful selection of logical puzzles and humorous touches - and even the odd bit of arcade action thrown in for good measure.
SurfChamp (New Concept)
For your average player, this is just too much like actual surfing and not enough of a computer game.
Swords & Sorcery (PSS)
I found it all too mechanical to do what it sets out to, which is indulge the player in role playing.
Easy to learn, a devil to master. If you're into zapping and killing, give this one a miss - strictly one for the strategists.
Three Weeks in Paradise (Mikro-Gen)
A great game that just goes to show that even if he's too old for Club 18-30, Wally's not past it yet.
Willow Pattern (Firebird)
Confucius say don't buy this road of oliental Coberers.
The Worm In Paradise (Level 9)
When you're ready to go further afield, try the Eden Transport System.
A moronic quiz on which no money at all has been spent. Assign this one to Dusty Bin.
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