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Magic Mountain (Phipps Associates) (Spectrum 48K)
Incorporates a split screen display with graphics in the upper half, and text in the lower. This improves the enjoyment of the game no end, and should be a minimum requirement of an adventure.
Jumping Jack (Imagine) (Spectrum 16K)
Though the graphics and extent of the game are rather limited, it is fairly addictive and fun to play.
Halls Of The Things (Crystal Computing) (Spectrum 48K)
This is the game of 1983. Hours and hours of sheer pleasure.
Velnor's Lair (Quicksilva) (Spectrum 48K)
The response and intelligence of the program is faster than many I have seen. A good adventure and definitely well worth considering.
Corn Cropper (Cases) (Spectrum 16K/48K)
This is one of the best simulations I have seen for the Spectrum, and can safely recommend it very highly.
3D Combat Zone (Artic) (Spectrum 48K)
This particular implementation suffers from jerky movement, slow reactions and an over-intelligent enemy which I found almost impossible to destroy.
Horace And The Spiders (Psion) (Spectrum 16K/48K)
The Horace idea is novel and fun, which sums up this game, whilst adding that it is highly addictive.
Bridge Master (J. Keyne) (Spectrum 16K)
One gets the impression that a great deal of work has been put into preparing this very professional package.
Automonopoli (Automata) (Spectrum 48K)
The computer plays a very strong game, and doesn't even cheat!
Spawn Of Evil (DK'Tronics) (Spectrum 16K)
The idea of the game is pretty original, which coupled with the excellent graphics makes for a visually exciting game and one which is well worth playing.
Knot In 3D (New Generation) (Spectrum 48K)
A highly original, professional and exciting game, and one that I could play all night.
The Wizard's Warriors (Abersoft) (Spectrum 48K)
My advice is to play this game before you buy... It's basically Pacman, and you may already have one of the other dozen variations.
Leopard Lord (Kayde) (Spectrum 48K/128K)
Though I have seen worse adventures, I would not be happy to recommend this one.
Snake Pit (Postern) (Spectrum 16K)
A reasonably simple but also quite addictive game, but one that can be frustrating at the same time.
Pssst (Ultimate) (Spectrum 16K)
An original, highly addictive and very enjoyable game to play.
The ZX Spectrum: Your Personal Computer (Prentice Hall) (Spectrum 48K)
On completion of this book it is likely that you will move with ease to higher level books.
Advanced Programming For The 16K ZX81 (Macmillan) (Sinclair ZX81)
Ensures that the transformation of a programmer's ideas to working programs will not be restricted by the shortcomings of the ZX81.
Advanced Graphics With The Sinclair ZX Spectrum (Macmillan) (Spectrum 48K)
The book aims at truly 'advanced' graphics in design and implementation and thus it does require a serious study and degree of commitment. The rewards it will pay are high.
Moonlander (Orion) (Sinclair ZX81)
I found the instructions somewhat jargonistic and difficult to understand, but once I had worked out how to operate the simulation and mastered the various monitor and scan displays, I found it quite a challenge.
ZX Monopoly (MPT) (Sinclair ZX81)
Well thought out, but one really would need to be a fanatic Monopoly enthusiast to obtain much pleasure from playing against a computer.
Spelling Bee (Image) (Sinclair ZX81)
A very good program indeed. Designed as a spelling aid, this program will also serve to provide a useful introduction to computing for youngsters.
Blockade Runner (Paul Gillet) (Sinclair ZX81)
A competent machine code game which works well. However, it is not particularly sophisticated.
Three Cassettes For The 1K ZX81 (Selec) (Sinclair ZX81)
ZX LPRINT (Euro-Electronics)
Love (Remsoft) (Sinclair ZX81)
There is a clever plot underlying the whole adventure, and it is a pity that this cannot be better explained to the player before the game is started.
Figaro 2 Numeric Database (Saxon Computing) (Spectrum 48K)
Schizoids (Imagine) (Spectrum 16K)
While I enjoyed the game, I do not feel it has reached the high standard set by their previous effort of Arcadia.
Test Match (CRL) (Spectrum 48K/128K/+2/+3)
I found these games enjoyabe and exciting, proving to me that it's not the packaging that counts.
The Gauntlet (Colourmatic Computing) (Sinclair ZX81)
The graphics are good all round and the keyboard layout is well laid out. Not much luck is involved in this game!
Krazy Kong (PSS) (Sinclair ZX81)
One of the best programs for the 16K ZX81 I have ever seen.
VU-3D (Psion) (Spectrum 48K)
An excellent program which would be well suited to any person interested in three-dimensional design.
Penetrator (Melbourne House) (Spectrum 48K)
Extremely good value for money... Really 'show offs' the Spectrum to other, more expensive, computers.
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