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A nicely put together, unusual and well above average game that's more relaxing than arduous.
Leader Board (US Gold/Access)
A finely polished sports game likely to appeal even to those who don't consider themselves golfing fans.
Boulder Dash III (First Star)
If you want your hair to go grey and drop out, then go out and buy this incredibly addictive program.
Max Headroom (Quicksilva/Argus Press)
An ordinary arcade adventure. It offers nothing new and Max Headroom fans could be disappointed.
A weak implementation of Bomb Jack which doesn't play like the real thing. The superb music doesn't quite compensate.
Solo Flight Plus (Microprose/US Gold)
An easy-to-use and highly enjoyable simulator, and one of the best at this price.
Acro Jet (Microprose/US Gold)
Addictive and fun to fly... An exciting flight simulator which has plenty to offer.
Although there are four separate games in this package, none of them are that good.
Mermaid Madness (Electric Dreams)
If you like arcade adventures then this is worthy of your attention, otherwise look elsewhere.
Golf Construction Set (Ariolasoft)
An interesting attempt that doesn't quite hit the mark because of some silly little faults, but probably worth forking out for if you're a golfing type.
World Cup Carnival (US Gold)
Crap... that you can smell a mile off. Twenty two chunky hunchbacks hobble around a football pitch with seismic problems, whilst a random selection of pixels pretends to be a crowd - and rather badly at that.
Southern Belle (Hewson)
A superb simulation of the intricacies of steam engines... Perhaps a dull subject for most though.
The Very Big Cave Adventure (CRL)
This is a must! It's a game written with The Quill, used to its full potential.
The Price Of Magik (Level 9)
A startlingly original, character-based game which game is going to keep many people very busy for a long time.
Redhawk (Melbourne House)
Comics are popular because they have excellent pictures and a good script - Redhawk has only mediocre helpings of both.
Questprobe 3: The Fantastic Four (US Gold)
The location descriptions are extremely brief, though in this case the graphics are of such a high quality that the atmosphere of the game isn't seriously affected.
Seabase Delta (Firebird)
A text adventure in the vein of Subsunk, but even better.
A bit of a laugh at first, but will appeal mainly to breakers wishing to reminisce about the good old days.
A wonderful sporting game...! The graphics are great, the sound befits each event and the program is a highly playable and addictive one.
Although considerably flawed, the game contains some interesting ideas and puzzles - it's just a shame that they weren't put together any better.
Neutral Zone (Americana)
Basic BASIC graphics and you'd hear better sounds from a cat being doctored. No further comment.
Ollie's Follies (Americana)
Twenty four screens of action... The characters and screens aren't bad at all and work quite well.
Not a good game. It's easy to get into but what's the point? It's instantly forgettable.
Mildly addictive initially, and mildly playable - eventually.
Raging Beast (Firebird)
A highly entertaining piece of software. Immediately addictive, mainly due to the hilarious nature of the game.
Moon Shuttle (Americana)
To say Moon Shuttle is simple - and boring - is a gross understatement. You won't become addicted to anything here.
Return Of The Space Warriors (Alpha Omega)
A respectable, very Joust-like game... Dead playable... Well worth the attention of anyone.
Scrolls Of Abadon (Americana)
Yet more antiquated American software... Too easy and repetitive to play, and boring as a result.
New York City (Americana)
Good instructions and in-game presentation... You could do worse than spend three quid on this.
A superb Star Raiders-type game and the best on the Commodore.
A simply addictive and highly playable pinball. This one has the essential ingredient - you just don't know when to stop.
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