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3D Game Maker (CRL)
A basic 3D game designer, with no stand-alone capability. A nice idea, but really just for fun.
720 Degrees (US Gold)
A brilliant skateboarding arcade conversion that'll keep you rolling in the aisles, up the walls, through the pipes and down for perfect landing! Buy it, bucko!
Action Force (Virgin)
A second-hand shoot 'em up masquerading as exciting toy 'n' comic licence. Not bad, but hardly gripping.
Agent X II (Mastertronic)
Agent X II will probably appeal more to younger players as its difficulty is at that level.
Aliens US Version (Electric Dreams)
Splattering good fun... ! A brilliantly executed computer movie, where you play the leading role to terrifying effect.
Basil The Great Mouse Detective (Gremlin)
A disappointing platform runaround that pales besides Gremlin's own, thoroughly skill Jack The Nipper II.
It's like Ultimate's Trans-Am replayed, in which you whizz around the galaxy blowing away enemy space stations. It's okay, but there's better around.
An excellent shoot-'em-up arcade game with more than a twist of problem solving. This is one to melt your joystick.
Call Me Psycho (Pirate)
A monotonous left, right, left, right, left to right and keep on shooting if you want to make it level two. Don't call us, we'll call you, Psycho.
Dark Sceptre (Firebird)
Excellent graphical detail in a complex and thoughtful game that'll test both new and old hands at adventuring.
Death Or Glory (CRL)
This game is total rubbish and a mega-flop if ever there were one.
That rarest of specimens - an original game that's also chronically addictive. An instant classic, methinks.
Superb! Beautifully programmed and absorbing problems... One of the most original 3D games of the year.
A Fistful of Blood Capsules (Zodiac)
Not one for those who like their games to be of Colossal dimensions but another winner... For fans of Delta 4 and St Brides, Zodiac Software is definitely a name to add to the list.
Freddy Hardest (Imagine)
An interesting blend of hack 'em up and arcade adventure. Definitely worth a look.
Fruit Machine Simulator (Codemasters)
Faithful but necessarily limited. You can nudge, hold, gamble or collect, and also enjoy features like mega-hold, skill climb and winning streak which tests reflexes as well as luck.
Totally compulsive and thunderin' good value! The ultimate flight simulator. It'll take a lot of practice, but puts the rest to shame.
Holiday In Sumaria (Pirate)
Dodgy in all senses... The landscape is odd and when two monsters appear on the screen and everything slows down, you'll wish you'd stayed at home.
A fair attempt at converting the coin-op. It's fast and playable, but let down by poor graphics.
Karyssia: Queen Of Diamonds (Incentive)
Apart from a few careless screen layouts, this is one of the best GAC games I've yet seen. Highly recommended.
Lazer Wheel (Mastertronic Added Dimension)
You shoot at aliens and their bombs revolving in a large circle, while bombs detonate and unhit objects reflect your fire. Okay in theory, but all eight sections are identical, and the aliens are just too damn fast!
Level 5 (Mastertronic)
A boring shoot-'em-up with tiny graphics and not a lot of playability or interest. Avoid.
Another tower of strength from Hewson... Cunningly complex and well programmed, it's the neatest and nattiest platform variant yet.
Nihilist (Electric Dreams)
A well-implemented arcade adventure (with distinctly zappy elements) in the style of Paradroid and virtually everything else!
Omega One (Mastertronic)
Ever had that feeling you've seen it all before? If you've played the Wally/Magic Knight series then you've played this - same idea, same style, but less content.
A drab and unoriginal arcade adventure that suffers from a serious lack of addictive qualities.
Phantom Club (Ocean)
Graphically good, bit otherwise rather bo-o-oring. The trouble with Phantom Club is that the novelty soon wears off.
Professional Ski Simulator (Codemasters)
Piste poor. Where are the thrills and spills, the whoosh of snow, the apres ski (hic)? Instead there are two very dodgy geezers wobbling around at the top of the hill.
A Question of Scruples (Leisure Genius)
Though clever and accurate it's still just a computerised version of a board game that doesn't really need computerising.
A cross between Into The Eagles Nest and Captain Kelly... Nice graphics, easy to play but impossible to complete!
Rigel's Revenge (Bulldog)
There's a touch of thriller-writing about the text, and this two-part tale is probably Mastertronic's best Speccy adventure yet.
Rygar (US Gold)
A fair-ish arcade conversion and an absolute cracker of a game in its own right.
Savage Island Parts 1 And 2 (Tynesoft)
Neither of the Savage Island adventures converted me to being a Scott Adams fan, but those who already are fans won't care about that and will just be keen to get their hands on them.
An arcade adventure par excellence... It's graphically and textually true to the original comic book, and the spirit of the game is truly warped.
Through The Trap Door (Piranha)
A real oddity of a game. A well-hard arcade adventure with the Don Priestly signature all over it. It's well worth picking up.
An unashamed sweat-inducing beat-'em-up with bags of style and fantastic graphics.
War Cars Construction Set (Firebird)
More a maze than a rally game. It's all quite fun for a while, but there's little variety.
World Class Leader Board (US Gold)
An excellent follow-up to the original Leaderboard. The inclusion of longer fairways and trees give it a truly authentic feel.
Bright, colourful, well designed and ever such good value.
Yogi Bear (Piranha)
Another cartoon conversion. Not quite what it could be but bear with it and you should find plenty to keep you amused.
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