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The Axe Of Kolt (FSF Adventures)
This really is a game for everyone. I did try to find something to moan about - a bad spelling, silly solution to a problem - but in the end I gave up looking.
The graphics do tend to smack horribly of budget game territory - it's not half as pretty, fun or clever as Ironman for instance.
Barbarian II (Kixx)
As a walk-around-and-collect- things type game it doesn't quite make it because everywhere looks the same and the whole thing becomes rather annoying and not particularly fun to play at all.
California Games (Kixx)
Quite a selection - nice graphics all-round but it certainly suffers from only two or three events being any good. (And each event is multiload too. Bleeuurrgh!)
Championship Sprint (Alternative)
The editor is definitely the best bit. This is the only good bit, mind - the graphics are still puny, the controls dodgy.
Hollywood Collection (Ocean)
Three and a half strong games, and all big names too - excellent value for beginners.
Outlaw (Players Premier)
Oh dear. A complete waste of time. Why have this when you could have Ikari Warriors (or even Commando) instead?
Likeable, well-presented but slightly repetitive puzzle game. Very addictive in the short term.
Unspectacular but very addictive little puzzler.
Robocop 2 (Ocean)
Well programmed and well thought-out, great-looking and infinitely playable. Absolutely brill. Go buy!
Shadow Of The Beast (Gremlin Graphics)
Not a brilliant game, but a darn good conversion that manages to improve upon the original in terms of playability.
Skatin' USA (Atlantis)
The graphics are cute and colourful, the skateboarding bit is especially good and the gameplay is pitched at just the right side of hard.
Part flight sim, part shoot-'em-up, it can't really make its mind up. (Quite well put together though).
St. Dragon (Storm)
Snazzy shoot-'em-up with some very hard bits and some fairly ordinary ones - but not much in-between.
Star Wars (The Hit Squad)
It works well (if a little jerkily) and is pretty much like the coin-up apart from the severe lack of sound - something to do with there being "no sound in space".
Superkid In Space (Atlantis)
Quite good - quite challenging, quite addictive, quite playable and quite recommended.
Turbo Cup Challenge (Players Premier)
Unplayable, unaddictive, jerky - and a bit crap. Thank you and goodnight.
U.N. Squadron (US Gold)
Nice graphics, and a good blast - but a bit too samey really.
Wheels Of Fire (Ocean)
A motley crew but much better than most compilations.
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