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Monty On The Run (Gremlin)
I loved it...! Colourful backgrounds and cool animation. Aurally am-m-m-mazing, technically perfect.
Racing Destruction Set (Electronic Arts)
You really only need to play it once to get hooked.
Super Zaxxon (US Gold)
Regarding the similarities to Zaxxon, rather expensive. Still, it's better than the first one.
Good ol' fashioned blasting. Good fun, but does get repetitive.
A disappointing shoot-'em-up... Rather basic, but nice scrolling techniques. Average zaps, booms and tune.
Rather dull with limited appeal... But not bad value if you have a rainy afternoon to while away.
Pinball Construction Set (Ariolasoft)
An excellent utility for all pinball fans and very easy to get into... Unlimited pinball tables at your disposal.
A great shoot-'em-up at a really cheap price. Colourful, fast and smooth.
Nodes Of Yesod (Odin/Firebird)
One look will get you hooked... Well packaged and documented with good options... Superbly defined and coloured backdrops, brilliantly animated sprites.
Mr. Do (US Gold/Datasoft)
Excellent conversion, but a bit dated. If you still play Mr. Do, a good investment.
Beach Head (US Gold)
A mixture of some good, reasonable and primitive graphics. There's not much in the way of sound but what there is, is good.
Rocket Roger (Alligata)
A great blend of different games. Pretty hard, but challenging and enjoyable to play.
A most unusual approach to a text adventure and Infocom's most absorbing to play yet.
Red Moon (Level 9)
Yet another brilliantly original adventure from the programmers of what must be the best cassette adventures.
Beatle Quest (Number 9)
I enjoyed this novel experience... The puzzles, although easier for those with a penchant for Beatles songs, are tricky but interesting to solve.
Crystal Frog (Sentient)
Quite a good little game... Some very nice touches like the apple - I won't tell you what it does, but it comes as a pleasant surprise.
There are no real problems... The game is made difficult only because the vocabulary is limited to a tiny amount of words!
The Amulet (Sentient)
Worthy of any mortal's attention, especially at the meagre few groats being asked for it.
Flying High 2
Vagan Attack (Atlantis)
I suppose £1.99 is OK for a PET emulator... otherwise forget it as there are plenty of better games around for the same price.
Ghostchaser (US Gold/Artworx)
Initially, some interesting locations to explore... but the standard platform action does pall with only sixteen screens to get through.
Barry McGuigan's World Championship Boxing (Activision)
An excellent new sports simulation.
Dickie's Diamonds (Atlantis)
The animation is sparse, the colour poor. There are nine levels - if you can stand playing it for that long.
Spy Vs. Spy II: The Island Caper (Beyond)
A good package at a good price. Fans of the original won't be disappointed.
Speed King (Digital Integration)
As racing games go, this is a superb and tough one.
Tour De France (Activision)
Great if you like biking and waggling... The general appearance is helped by the high quality of the graphics and scrolling.
Mad Doctor (Creative Sparks)
The game's as dead as the corpses! This is not so much of a creative spark; more of a damp squib.
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