|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 May 1990|
|Original Release Price:||Unknown|
|Market Valuation:||£3.00 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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Fab, therefore, if you've always wanted to play a space zapper in World War II clothing, but rather dull if you were looking for, say, a new idea.
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Design is simple and neat... Not only do you need to be fast when answering questions, but when picking them as well.
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An excellent (and spooky) addition to the Freescape canon - faster graphics, lovely presentation. A must!
A natty conversion of a coin-op which was good, but not that good.
Nice idea, but far too ambitious for the humble Spectrum. Die-hard fans could get some fun out of it.
A sideways-scrolling shoot-'em-up with all the usual stuff. A bit like R-Type really, but not half as good.
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Dead End is based on the film of Farewell My Lovely, from the Raymond Chandler novel. But it's not done very well.
A triffic load of balls which tests your mental and your manual skills. A real love it or hate it game.
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It's very much business-as-usual here... Shoot the nasties down before they shoot you, and all will be well. Quite what difference the Magnum Lightphaser makes, I can't tell you.
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Yet another fruit machine sim on the market, but sadly, not one of the best.
Far from being the worst game you'll ever play in your life, but it's hardly what we've come to expect from Compass after past glories.
In the arcade game, some nifty graphics distracted you from the essential dullness of the game, but the poor old Spectrum's tiny stick-figures and unbelievably slow bullets don't really seem the same.
Nice to see Monty back, but this really is a pretty uninspired platform and ladders romp. Better luck next time.
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Fab stuff. If you can get through all the course, avoid all the various buildings you're constantly being invited to crash into, and keep away from those murderous copter chappies - well, you're a better driver than I!
If coloured blocks sound like your cup of tea, this could be for you (with two sugars). It's really quite good.
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Snore city, I'm afraid.
If pure reaction games are your bag you could do a lot worse than pick this up - it's just like a futuristic version of The Dukes Of Hazzard!
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