|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 September 1987|
|Original Release Price:||Unknown|
|Market Valuation:||£3.00 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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Giggles for adventuring guys and ghouls.
Simply superb wire-frame action on a vast scale as you shoot it out and search the cities and swamps of a huge island.
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Not the toughest and most atmospheric of adventures, but great value for money and well worth the effort of sending away for it.
Challenge Of The Gobots (Reaktor)
Very fast. Definitely one for the seasoned shoot 'em up fan. Shame about the colours, though.
Championship Baseball (Gamestar)
A clever sports simulation let down slightly by the Spectrum's limitations and the obscure nature of the game.
Uncomplicated, easy to master, and, if you're into this sort of thing, a bargain at the price. Let down by poor graphics.
Far-from-addictive arcade adventure that's not up to the Bulldog label's usual standards.
The aliens, pretty as they are, come thick and fast, and whenever you think you've mastered them there's something nasty lurking on the next screen.
Nice graphics, slow game. If you're into pretty graphics, great. If you're into speed - check it out first.
Nice try at a Zaxxon-style scroller, but diagonal scrolls don't seem to work too well on the Spectrum and playability is low.
As Bond villains always say, "Very clever, Mr Bond, but not quite clever enough." You're unlikely to be shaken or stirred by this piece of Bondage - even Roger Moore would raise an eyebrow!
A fast maze and shooting game with incredible graphics and a great plot, but rather too difficult for comfort!
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Not the greatest game in the world. A dinky little game in the Express Raider mould with Butch Hard Guy figures. Reaktor should have spent more time on it.
Mystery Of Arkham Manor (Melbourne House)
The whole brilliant idea of the game will more than make up for anything else - desktop publishing meets the detective adventure mystery!
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Operation Berlin (Wrightchoice)
All in all, an excellent follow-up to a promising start, and at a more reasonable price too.
This is almost unplayable... Even in the realms of the budget there are better buys than this manic miner. An original concept spoilt by its execution.
If you like target games, this one's a must for your collection.
Dullish platform variant that's rather like Dan Dare without the Dare.
Buy it, you won't regret it! A zappin', rappin' fast moving shoot-'em-up. One of the best I've seen, and I've seen lots!
A subtle puzzle game that pits you against alien obstructions as you cross a dotty board in an addictive brain bender.
Disappointing Elite-ish game camouflaged with a wacky little plot that's largely irrelevant. Seems very slow.
Cheap and cheerful "Jet Pack style" game. Nothing new here, but worth the pennies - just.
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A docile cosmic arcader from Firebird.
Entertaining and user friendly Fairlight clone that should keep the wolf from Bulldog's door.
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