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Eight galaxies, 2,000 planets, endless trading possibilities and tireless action. Even at £14.95, it's a must.
A large landscape and plenty of strategy to keep you intrigued. Despite Activision's price, an excellent buy.
Rock 'N Bolt (Activision)
Expensive, but almost a really good game. Just not quite enough variety.
Seaside Special (Taskset)
Fun for a while, especially if you vote Labour. It's not too good once you've killed Maggie.
BC's Quest For Tires (Software Projects)
Some pleasing cartoon touches. Unfortunately, it's quite easy to finish.
Web Dimension (Activision)
This has very little to offer apart from the music. The action lacks variety and seems ultimately pointless.
Although designed to appeal to both arcade adventurers and adventurers alike, this hasn't enough interest and quality to attract buyers from either group.
Bounty Bob Strikes Back (US Gold)
The usual platform thing with lots of new features... Brilliant high score table and title screen, and 25 screens which just get better and better.
Spy Hunter (US Gold)
Another truly addictive title from the US... Great playability... Helicopters, ice, and lethal foes on higher levels.
Aqua Racer (Bubble Bus)
Pole Position in water. Fast 3D action, but the boat movement is jerky... Enjoyable action for water sport fans.
Software Star (Addictive Games)
A new idea for a business simulation, and the screens are very well laid out. But it's not nearly as good as Football Manager.
Tim Love's Cricket (Peaksoft)
Cricket lovers could get plenty of hours' play but this won't convert non cricketers.
Super Huey (US Gold)
One of the cheapest flight simulators around. The 3D flying effects are superb. It's a great buy.
Penetrator (Melbourne House)
Immediate pleasure, like most shoot-'em-ups. An occasional juddering scroll and boring colours.
Pole Position (US Gold)
An aging idea, but still the best race game money can buy.
Five scientists, each on a very difficult route... Hours of frustration and jubilation guaranteed.
Dark Tower (Melbourne House)
Great loading screen but the characters are small and crude and yawn bore, we've seen it before.
Caverns Of Sillahc (Interceptor Micros)
Cheaper than Fort Apocalypse but not as good. Large caverns provide tough opposition, good long-term challenge.
Jack Attack (Commodore)
A game which grows on you... 64 different screens. The rotating heads look good but there is little else.
Buck Rogers (US Gold)
Not so much the 25th century as the 15th. 3D is hard to program, but not that hard.
A stunningly impressive program - experienced game-players will rave over it.
Give My Regards To Broad Street (Argus Press)
Completing this will take considerable amount of time and patience... Collecting the notes is frustrating work, especially when people aren't quite where you expect them to be.
Valkyrie 17 (RamJam)
This high quality and sense of fun is maintained throughout the game.
Emerald Isle (Level 9 Computing)
Emerald Isle is a lot less daunting than other Level 9 games and I'm afraid that for a number of seasoned Level 9 fans the program will be something of a disappointment.
Castle Of Terror (Melbourne House)
Castle Of Terror is up to Melbourne House's usual high standard and well worth a look, even if it is a bit pricey.
Witch's Cauldron (MikroGen)
I'm thoroughly enjoying playing this game and recommend you hop down to the shops and get a copy.
The Hobbit (Melbourne House)
Some of the new additions really do affect the way you have to play, and... this new version has a lot to offer.
The location descriptions are pathetically short for a disk-based game, and there are unbearable delays while the program processes your inputs.
Mindshadow/The Tracer Sanction (Activision)
One interesting feature of Mindshadow is the ability to 'Think about...', and sometimes you'll get an insight into a certain problem, though it doesn't often work.
Tir Na Nog (Gargoyle)
A new concept in arcade adventuring... One of the great arcade adventures... New standards set in character animation.
Lords Of Midnight (Beyond)
No animation, but endless terrific panoramic screens... The game's atmosphere and uniqueness make it very compelling.
Music Maker (Activision)
The best presented and easiest to use music program available for the C64.
CMK49 Keyboard (Seil)
A fantastic buy... Although seeming very expensive, this synthesizer package offers some very advanced sounds and features that are comparable with a synth many times its price.
Multisound Synthesizer (Romik)
Although a competent synthesizer that's actually able to play a tune, it also suffers from overcomplexity and difficult keys to remember when it's actually doing it.
Dancing Feats (Artic)
With the many varied beats and sounds to choose from and the total non-existence of pre-programming this program is great value for anyone who wants to make simple music simply.
With a detailed, yet complicated, manual and the difficulty of actually getting any sort of musical satisfaction, one can only say that this old piece of software is now rather long in the tooth.
Music Maker (Commodore)
A great piece of software for an inexperienced and keen beginner.
An excellent combination of zapping, leaping and exploring. Small but colourful, detailed and well animated.
An excellent release... It's funny, slick, appealing - but frustrating! Big, beautiful characters, but little animation.
Battle For Normandy (US Gold)
A single game can offer hours (or days) of absorbing play... However, the complexities are daunting unless you persevere.
Combat Leader (US Gold)
The single-colour display is disappointing but is made up for by the strategy and thoroughness of the program.
Mama Llama (Llamasoft)
Expansive, entertaining, but complicated instructions... Even Minter fans may not take to it.
Master Of The Lamps (Activision)
Plenty of levels, but not much variety... Our reviewers disagreed strongly on this one - try before you buy.
Up 'N Down (US Gold)
High frustration and addictive factor... Plenty of variety and extra challenge at higher levels.
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