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3D Construction Kit (Domark)
Worth every penny. Go out and buy it, persevere until you've created something really amazing, and then send a copy into us and we might just bung it on the covertape.
Dirt Track Racer (Zeppelin Games)
It won't tax the old brain cells but it's a bit of fun in an otherwise lonely world.
Rather simple split-screen cop shoot-'em-up with reasonably interesting platformy bits.
Footballer of the Year 2 (GBH)
An extremely playable and well thought-out game, with a lot of depth and the added bonus of actually looking quite nice.
Forgotten Worlds (Kixx)
It's quite brill, although the slightly Wacko Jacko control system (i.e. you can't fire and move at the same time or you'll end up twirling all over the place and pointing the wrong way round) is a bit of a problem.
Ghostbusters II (The Hit Squad)
Ghostbusters II looks nice and follows the film, but it's a slightly limiting, boring and repetitive multi-load.
The five large levels (which can be played in your favourite order) certainly mean you're getting value for your moolah. And, well, it's good clean fun.
LA Police Department (Players)
Operation Wolf was a great game. Nightmare On Ramsay Street, while streets behind, wasn't too critical. But LA Police Dept is what amounts to a copy of a copy.
Lop Ears (Players)
It's official - Lop Ears is categorically crap. With a few changes, this could have been a really smart game (or quite and amusing novelty one at the very least).
The Lost Dragon (Tartan)
The puzzles are devious, and Tom Frost ought to be congratulated; his air of mischief hasn't deserted him here.
Perfectly playable, but too much of an expensive Space Invaders clone.
Mountain Bike Simulator (Codemasters)
Not-that-bad mountain bike scroller, but your brain (or trigger finger) won't be aching too much after you've played it.
Scrumptious-looking shoot-'em-up, but with not enough gameplay.
Quattro Cartoon (Codemasters)
A traditional compilation (a corker, a goodie, an almost- ran and a duffer) and another hit for the Codies (But then you knew that all along, didn't you?)
Quattro Firepower (Codemasters)
Worth buying for Op Gunship and Terra Cognita. The other two are duds, but for such a small payout you're hardly going to be breaking the bank, are you?
Quattro Racers (Codemasters)
A pretty good compilation then, well above par. All the games are up to the mark (if a tad difficult!) and if you've got chums coming round then this is the tape to whip out.
Red Heat (The Hit Squad)
Nice big, clear, yet detailed, monochrome graphics, smooth scrolling and even a sense of humour.
Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo (Hi-Tec)
Nothing new or outstanding, but certainly an improvement on the usual Hi-Tec fare. Quite addictive too.
Sooty & Sweep (Alternative)
In all fairness, unless you're knee-high to a mushroom or a die-hard Sooty And Sweep fan, then I'd leave well alone.
Stack Up (Zeppelin Games)
A Tetris rip-off, but a colourful, addictive and extremely entertaining one. (And dirt cheap too!)
Super Scramble Simulator (Kixx)
If you're a motorcross fan, or you simply want to impress lesser mortals, Super Scramble is the game to master.
Thomas The Tank Engine & Friends (Alternative)
Possibly one of the only budget games which is equally entertaining regardless of whether you load it or not.
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