|Genre:||Unknown Genre Type|
|Publisher:||Sportscene Specialist Press|
|Cover Art Language:||English|
|Machine Compatibility:||Spectrum 48K, Spectrum 128K, Spectrum +2, Spectrum +3|
|Release:||Magazine available via High Street/Mail Order|
|Original Release Date:||1st January 1987|
|Original Release Price:||Unknown|
|Market Valuation:||£3.00 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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180 (Mastertronic Added Dimension)
A winner across the board!
Only Beethoven's Quartets beat this fun foursome - Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!
For goodness sake, this could have been a good game, but US Gold forgot to play it before it started production.
The graphics aren't bad, with few attribute problems, and all that with multicoloured sprites too! It certainly made me Laughalot.
If you like arcade/adventure on platforms, check it out.
Dandy is a first class game in its own right, and with 192 different screens to face, it'll prove to be not only a value for money challenge, but a tip for the top, too. Well, ain't that just Dandy.
Demon From The Darkside (Compass)
This won't keep the experts puzzling for too long, but a lot of thought has gone into it and it's definitely worth the price of admission.
A program should reach into the future, and I couldn't help feeling that the time destination for this one was set for a good two years ago.
Fat Worm Blows A Sparky (Durell)
The graphics seem, on initial inspection, to be rather simplistic. But when you pass a tall building you start to see... wow... how much depth you've got to play with.
Even if many elements are repeated, you'll still be aching to find out what lies ahead on the next screen.
Cases deserve a kick in the Dardanelles for putting out such a shoddy product!
After such a wait you might well have expected something with a little more razz-a-matazz - some of the graphics slip toward stick man standard - but otherwise you can't go far wrong with this.
A well presented, gently humorous, tense and brain teasing winner. Don't let this scorcher escape your clutches.
The Happiest Days Of Your Life (Firebird)
I've seen far worse, so if you're mourning the disappearance of one Wally Week from the world of games, you could do worse than enrolling for a testing time here, even if it hasn't got true class.
Hercules didn't hold any magic for either me or anyone else who saw it. Poor colours and flickery sprites - feeble to say the least.
A brave attempt to give the Spectrum the sort of game that's wowing them Stateside on disk-based systems, and it's certainly novel entertainment.
This is about as much use as a chocolate teapot.
A must for most Christmas lists. Never mind the storylines, just get on with bringing back treasures and vanquishing evil.
Everthing you could want in a game. Gratuitous violence, fast moving graphics and not too much of a plot to get in the way.
If you were a fan of Fairlight and Movie, you're in for a bloody good time this Chrimble. If you've never seen either of them, try Nosferatu.
Condemn this to oblivion; if it wasn't an ostrich, this game would be a total turkey.
If it was a whisker easier to play, this could be a good arcade adventure. But it's not, making it just an infuriating chore of a game.
Not a blockbuster. It won't keep anything other than the goldfish occupied for more than a week.
The Sacred Armour Of Antiriad (Palace)
If you've got the patience to discover the exact positions needed to make the more crucial leaps, Antiriad is rich in rewards for arcade adventurers.
A brilliant strategy game, for arcade freaks who'd like to exercise the muscle between their ears, and give their trigger finger a rest.
It's an original premise but it would be nothing if it weren't so nicely done. The game just oozes atmosphere.
If I have any reservations, perhaps it could have looked just a little more sophisticated, but basically, I'm damn glad I was introduced to Trooper, whatever they call him.
They Stole A Million (Ariolasoft)
The most practical computer game I've ever seen. It's so educational about making crime pay, I wouldn't be surprised if there was some sort of moral backlash against it!
Sit back and watch while four horses move silently across the screen from right to left, and the winner's given. And that's it.
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