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4x4 Combat Pack (Zeppelin Games)
All in all, this compilation is a bit of a duffer. I have only thought of one good point - none of the games are multiloads!
The Crazy Demo (The Mad Guys)
It's utterly mad, and you should get it right this very minute. Right now. Go on - don't even stop to change your slippers.
Curse Of Calutha (Zenobi)
Another solid and playable game with endless challenges and problems to overcome.
Cyberball (The Hit Squad)
Unless you're one of the world's top American Football players, I'm afraid you'd have more success trying to decipher a rap by MC Kinky.
Too dated to be brilliant, but with a grand total of 120 screens, there's enough here to keep you occupied for a while.
International 3D Tennis (GBH)
So what if some of the graphics are Freescape rejects? So what if the crowd sound like several people spitting down bamboo tubes? I hate tennis and I had a great laugh.
Mega Sports (Kixx)
I never liked this sort of thing much, and multi-loading all these events in one after the other (there are thirty of the blessed things altogether) really brought home how flimsy most of them are.
Narco Police (GBH)
An okayish game but the graphics are not smooth and there's no sound, either, except for a very quiet 'chuff' noise when you fire.
Night Breed (The Hit Squad)
The usual multi-level platform/maze/beat-'em-up formula with fuzzy graphics and a crap multiload. What a waste.
No More Intelligence Demo (Dynamite Dynastic)
Super stuff. Evidently Dynamite Dynastie has programmed a routine which ignores the Speccy hardware and manipulates your brain's perception of reality instead. No, really.
Pro Tennis Tour (The Hit Squad)
The second-best Speccy tennis game I've played. It's just not as good as Match Point, that's all.
Quattro Megastars (Codemasters)
Buy and enjoy, that's what I say. Buy and enjoy.
Quinquagesima (The Lords)
Impressive stuff... The music's fantabulous.
Silent Service (Kixx)
If you're prepared to immerse yourself in it properly, Silent Service is an utterly absorbing game.
Sleepwalker (Zeppelin Games)
An original game... The graphics are smart, and the sheer size of the task at hand keeps you on your toes. But there's no variety to the gameplay.
Super Cars (GBH)
It's good fun while it lasts.
The White Feather Cloak (Zenobi)
£1.99 for a golden, sweet and perilous two-parter full of wicked problems, great graphics, location text, riddles and verses is a barg!
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