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Ace Of Aces (US Gold)
If you fancy dicing with death, or even diced Jerries, then this is the flight sim/shoot-'em to shreds for you, old bean!
It's a good little game, even if some of the coding seems a little rushed at times.
How many ways are there of saying addictive, 'cos this is that and more...!
Bomb Jack II (Elite)
I'll bet a bomb to a damp banger that Bomb Jack will be played a lot longer than its sequel.
Cyrox (Power House)
If you're into these types of game, you'll get some pleasure out of Cyrox and it's worth the two quid you'll pay.
Dragon's Lair II: Escape From Singe's Castle (Software Projects)
If you enjoyed Dragon's Lair, you now have the chance to delve further into this realm.
Grange Hill (Argus)
There's an option to talk to other characters, but with moving graphics to take care of you can imagine the parser's not exactly Level 9.
How To Be A Hero (Mastertronic)
How to be a hero? On this showing, do something dull and repetitive.
The Inheritance: Panic In Las Vegas (Infogrames)
I don't normally go for icon-driven games, but this one won me over.
Into The Eagle's Nest (Pandora)
It's nowhere near as fast as Gauntlet, but it's harder and more challenging. And it's fun to be zapping Nazi stormtroopers for a change!
Kayleth (US Gold)
The tasks you're set are pretty tricky, and I'd like to have seen the price a little cheaper, but if you do part with your pennies then I doubt you'll regret it.
Lil'Alien is so close to JSW there's even one object that looks like a wine glass.
Mad Nurse (Firebird)
Even the most dedicated Flo Nightingales aren't likely to stick with this one for long!
Marble Madness DeLuxe Edition (Melbourne House)
I lurve it to bits. The ghosts of the martian marble can finally be laid to rest.
The nice clear graphics, the length of gameplay and the brain-as-computer idea are the game's strengths.
If you're a marathon runner rather than an explosive sprinter and can put up with galling graphics, then Octagon is worth at least the few pieces of eight you'll have to shell out for it.
Saboteur II (Durell)
This is a fine sequel, but possibly more important, it's a fine game in its own right.
It's a program with limited appeal, but if the topic interests you, it should give you hours of pleasure.
Sceptre Of Bagdad (Atlantis)
It's not even vaguely original and doesn't pretend to be, but it's good fun and a bargain at two quid.
Short Circuit (Ocean)
The splattered bunnies, when Number Five fails to dodge them, are most amusing. But, while it's probably true to the film, this arcade sequence is a shallow let down after that superb first part.
Sky Runner (Cascade)
The game is quite addictive, but if you can take out the Sky Harvester on Threat Level 4 at your first attempt, it doesn't sound too good for a long-term challenge.
Smudge & The Moonies (Sparklers)
The programmers have thrown in everything but the kitchen sank, with shrinking energy, ticking time, rest periods, a teleport and, what's this? Well, it is the kitchen sink!
Super Shuffle (Sparklers)
It's a good little game, with some nice touches, especially the Gamble Your Winnings feature... And, for the price, you really can't go far wrong.
Swat! (The Power House)
Let's just be kind and say it's probably okay for little 'uns, but I reckon it's not Swat big 'uns will go for!
Terror Of The Deep (Mirrorsoft)
For patient players in search of a decidedly different type of adventure, this is ideal. Arcade freaks may prefer it to sink without trace.
Thrust II (Firebird)
All the playability of the original remains, though the corners of the caves are, if anything, even tighter now. The plot variations make this a step forward, so trust Thrust II to deliver the goods!
Uchi Mata (Martech)
Presentation is everything these days, so it's dropped a point or two for that. But it is a good simulation of the appliance of judo science.
World Games (US Gold)
The quicker your reactions, the shorter the match and the higher your score.
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