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Cauldron II: The Pumpkin Strikes Back (Palace)
A well programmed, nicely presented, value for money and very, very addictive game.
Caverns Of Kontonia (Atlantis)
Not a bad game for a cheapie but it won't knock your socks off.
Deathchase (£2.99 Classics)
Very primitive nowadays. Maybe some classics would be best left in human memory rather than revived in the micros.
Dekorating Blues (Alpha Omega)
If your idea of decorating is the interminable painting of the Firth of Forth Bridge then you'll be panting to get after this. Otherwise, forget it.
Dynamite Dan II (Mirrorsoft)
I found the game both tactical and extremely addictive, though I'm still not quite sure what the point of it all is. Maybe that's why it's so good.
Full Throttle (£2.99 Classics)
If you don't own a copy of this genuine classic, then at just under three quid you can't afford not to have it on your shelf.
Ghosts 'N Goblins (Elite)
Another superb arcade conversion from Elite... It's very difficult, but also highly addictive.
Hijack (Electric Dreams)
The Fourth Protocol was the game that stopped strategy being a dirty word and while this is nowhere near so involved, nor quite so involving in the long run, it is undeniably accessible.
International Match Day (Ocean)
Ocean has neglected the hot air but not the hot action in this expanded version of one of its earliest classics.
Jack The Nipper (Gremlin)
The Bash Street Kids are back!
Jack The Nipper will be a confident hit I'm sure, bearing, as it does, all the hallmarks of a lasting favourite.
Kung-Fu Master (US Gold)
This is the one for those who reckon they've got these games sussed - the biggie. Don't worry about the way it looks; if you can beat this, you can beat anything. And have fun doing it.
Luna Atac (Atlantis)
Not only are the problems in this game too easy to solve, but I didn't find it addictive enough to make me even want to solve them.
Master Of Magic (Mastertronic Added Dimension)
A lot of fun to play and explore... You'll need some nifty timing to mash all the monsters, plus some map making to locate the armour and weapons.
Molecule Man (Mastertronic)
Not a game to change the universe, but still a bargain little package.
Octagon Squad (Mastertronic)
Get it! The graphics are very swish, the gameplay is really quite interesting and the sub-culture creatures are well weird, a bit like enormous flies.
Pud Pud (Americana)
Pud Pud's Weird World is very strange and populated with some very out-of-the-ordinary creatures. The game works well via keyboard or joystick; it's just the scoring system that's a bit peculiar.
It's a tricky game. From the topless mummies - who add a whole new meaning to losing your head - to the giant scorpions who home in on our heroes, there's a menace for every occasion.
Rebel Planet (US Gold)
Far too many deaths for my liking... It's still enjoyable, but I don't think it's the best of debuts for Adventure Soft.
This is actually a psuedo-wargame - a sort of inter-galactic Battleships... only here for the most part you can see what your opponents are up to.
Skool Daze (£2.99 Classics)
Not so sophisticated in plot as its predecessor, this is still a Sinclair classic with its good humoured style.
The Snow Queen (Mosaic)
The graphics are in keeping with the story, and it should appeal to the young audience it's aimed at - but definitely not one for the orc-bashers.
Subterranean Nightmare (Americana)
If you really platform collect-'em-up games, this here's a really good one. Go get it, lock your door and don't forget to eat.
Summer Santa (Alpha Omega)
It's insane to release this, even at £1.99, when Mastertronic is offering so much more for the price, but then again, there never was any sanity clause in the software industry.
I can't advise anyone to buy this, unless they're really into frustration. Getting anywhere is almost impossible.
The Very Big Cave Adventure (St. Brides/CRL)
If you've played Colossal Cave and have any sense of humour at all then you'll love this. And if you haven't played the original... well, you'll love it anyway.
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