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Theatre Europe (PSS)
I was amazed: me, a war games hater loving a war game. It must be special and it is.
On-Court Tennis (Activision)
A terrific simulation. As you improve, so does the computer opponent!
The best pure trading game we've seen. Three different games and so much to do.
BC II: Grog's Revenge (US Gold)
Cartoon animation is brilliant... Lots of varied and interesting effects.
Super Pipeline II (Taskset)
A very slick, state of the art arcade game... Sixteen pipes of increasing difficulty, the last few very hard.
On-Field Baseball (Activision)
Good instructions and game options, but graphics consist of rotten stick men, badly animated.
Starfire/Fire One (CBS/Exidy)
I look upon games like these with nostalgia and nothing else.
Richard Petty's Talladega (Audiogenic/Cosmi)
An enjoyable, exciting game, although it's bound to suffer by being released at the same time as Pitstop II.
Pitstop II (Epyx)
The best race game yet. Lots of variability and two-player excitement.
On-Field Football (Activision)
The enthusiast will like it but not any many others will... Once you've found a successful play against the computer, you can simply keep repeating it too.
Everyone's A Wally (Mikro-Gen)
Getting started may be frustrating, but once the tasks start to get solved you'll have hours of fun and fury cracking each job.
Credible sprites and plenty of fast action to keep you stimulated for some time.
More Adventures Of Big Mac The Mad Maintenance Man (Mastertronic)
Although an antique platform game, there's enough originality to keep all the jumping and exploring fanatics happy.
The single screen of 'action' soon becomes repetitive instead of compulsive, and it's not something I'd want to spend £2.50 on.
Almazz (The Edge)
This massive game won't suit everybody's taste, but once you make a couple of discoveries, I've found you're hooked on exploring.
Gremlins (Adventure International)
Graphics really are superb; many screens feature animated gremlins - waving their arms,
chucking darts and even ending up in the blender.
Time Search (Duckworth)
Some nice touches of humour but a game of this calibre belongs in the history books or in the £2.50 price bracket, and certainly not on the shelves today for £7.95.
Castle Dracula (Duckworth)
Not a game that I can recommend... If you fancy staking a vampire, my advice would be to fork out an extra £2.00 for Melbourne House's Castle Of Terror.
Grand Larceny (Melbourne House)
Traditional adventurers will probably throw up their hands in horror... but I reckon that some younger players will enjoy it.
Not cheap, but a tremendous game, with lengthy location descriptions, great atmosphere,
and highly addictive qualities.
Brian Jacks Superstar Challenge (Martech)
I found the whole thing a thoroughly enjoyable, and exhausting, experience.
Moon Cresta (Incentive)
A good old massacre never goes amiss and this should be of interest to any dedicated arcade player.
Lode Runner (Ariolasoft)
Graphically miniscule and aurally crude, the game's sheer addiction kept my eyes propped open until the owls went to bed.
Dambusters (US Gold/Sydney)
An excellent program and certain commercial success, but slightly tarnished by a couple of annoying quirks.
International Basketball (Commodore)
Here at last, and it's brilliant. The computer is very tough on the high levels... Also a great two-player game.
Five different levels of multi-screen playing area... Good in its own right but particularly good at this price.
Blagger Goes To Hollywood (Alligata)
Plenty of initial interest... Each new discovery of a weapon is rewarding, as is knocking out each character.
World Series Baseball (Imagine)
The better buy of this month's two baseball simulations.
This game is graphically Spectrumesque and also sounds very much like its rubber-keyed counterpart.
Ice Palace (Creative Sparks)
An excellent new form of arcade adventuring.
A really enjoyable round of exploring, collecting and dodging in a massive cave system with hundreds of treasures.
Glider Pilot (CRL)
A gliding flight simulator? The long, uneventful flights prove boring. Maybe fine for experts but little to interest the rest of us.
Quasimodo (US Gold/Synsoft)
An addictive arcade game with great new action for Hunchback fans... Ultimately not too big a playing area, but plenty of challenge.
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