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An addictive and challenging simulation which requires quick thinking as well as fast reactions... Exceptional use of joystick.
The Sentinel (Firebird)
An exceptional piece of software. It deserves credit but it defies rating since it is in a class of its own.
Dante's Inferno (Beyond)
It's an expensive journey to hell. Nothing special - look before you leap.
The Trap Door (Piranha)
Appealing and addictive... If you miss this, then you'll have missed one of the most magnificent puzzle games ever devised.
Red Max (Codemasters)
Not much improvement over The Last V8, although there are effective backdrops and a reasonable sprite.
The Sacred Armour Of Antiriad (Palace)
Another classy arcade adventure from Palace. The graphics seem more of an art form than simple set decoration for a game, and very atmospheric they are too.
The Inheritance (Infogrames)
The system perhaps has possibilities but I didn't feel that this game really exploited them to the full.
Kwah! (Melbourne House)
Seems a bit infuriating. Either the comic-book system is really stretching the C64 to its limits, or perhaps the programmers haven't got into their stride yet.
The Archers (Mosaic/Level 9)
I think that families who listen to the radio program might really get a kick out of playing this game together in the long winter evenings.
Leather Goddesses Of Phobos (Infocom/Activision)
The game is Brilliant, Astounding, and Scrotnig. Plus, everything in this game's healthy and there isn't any real sexual activity to disturb the under-aged.
The Pawn (Magnetic Scrolls/Rainbird)
This will be remembered as a classic... One of the best graphic adventures this year and will keep you hunched over your beloved keyboards for ages.
Micro Rhythm (Firebird)
It's fantastic...! Easy enough for a complete novice to use, but isn't condescendingly plebeian for a serious musician.
Mad Nurse (Firebird)
Fun for a few games... Several jolly tunes play throughout... But not much game for two quid.
Bobby Bearing (The Edge)
An exceptionally cute and playable exploration game.
Movie Monster (US Gold/Epyx)
Great fun stomping everything into the ground... A brilliant idea which should have made a better game.
Strike Force Cobra (Piranha)
A nice idea which hasn't quite worked in practice.
Soldier One (American Action/Greve Graphics)
A dull and archaic seven screen shoot-'em-up. If I wanted to play Beach Head, I would dig it out from my bottom drawer!
Ace Of Aces (US Gold)
Just the thing for non-pilots to get into... An excellent program which lacks that little something to make it a classic.
Orpheus In The Underworld (Alpha Omega)
Pathetic...! Even the original Atari VCS version of Pitfall is better than this! The graphics are feeble, the sprites even worse, and the sound just adds to the tackiness of the whole thing.
Robobolt (Alpha Omega)
Games can't get much worse than this.
Montezuma's Revenge (Databyte)
Superb fun! Three challenging levels with many different routes to explore.
Fist II: The Legend Continues (Melbourne House)
Disappointing and severely lacking in content. Gimme a 'C'... Gimme a 'R'... Gimme an 'A'... Gimme a 'P'. And what've you got? Fist II!
Glider Rider (Quicksilva)
Good, but it would have been a lot better if there was more variety.
Street Surfer (Entertainment USA)
Low price but low quality. One of Mastertronic's weakest releases.
180 Darts (Mastertronic)
Far from outstanding, but good fun. The computer players are tough, and the two player option provides some long term appeal.
Pub Games (Alligata)
All seven games are reasonable but this unusual approach to the sports simulation theme doesn't quite work.
Captain Kelly (Quicksilva)
A very dull shoot-'em-up, which is a vastly Inferior version of Paradroid for the same price.
BMX Simulator (Codemasters)
A must for BMX fans and worthy of a look if you're too old for the real thing.
Marble Madness (Ariolasoft)
A very disappointing, second rate conversion of the arcade game... Six tedious levels to complete.
An excellent variation on the race game theme. Lacks variety, but the two player game holds long term interest.
Boulder Dash Construction Kit (Databyte/First Star)
The definitive purchase for Boulderdash fans. As many screens as you want, limited only by your imagination.
Highway Encounter (Gremlin/Vortex)
I enjoyed Highway Encounter quite a bit on the other machines and the C64 version has come well up to scratch in comparison.
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