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Gauntlet (US Gold)
A first rate conversion.
A poor fighting program hiding behind an official licence.
Essentially a simple 3D shoot-'em-up... The worst part of it is the sluggish response to joystick movements.
A playable but fairly run-of-the-mill arcade adventure.
A highly competent addition to the growing range of Gauntlet-inspired maze games.
Championship Wrestling (US Gold/Epyx)
An entertaining wrestling game which works well.
A very poor Gauntlet variant.
Destroyer (US Gold/Epyx)
An accurate and absorbing disk-based simulation.
The Vikings (Kele Line)
It's playable and quite addictive, but after a few hours play I grew tired of doing the same thing over and over again.
The combination of interaction and map size/detail means that you can really do some adventuring - by which I mean wandering about and exploring - without constantly having to wrestle with tricky puzzles.
Silicon Dreams (Rainbird)
All three games now feature 'multi-tasking' graphics and improved parsers... Don't expect either the atmosphere or the 'classic' quality of Jewels Of Darkness though.
Kayleth (Adventuresoft/US Gold)
Alongside something like Borrowed Time this looks, frankly, primitive... But it's actually one of the best of these games I've played to date.
Apache Gold Plus Winter Wonderland (Incentive)
Good graphics, reasonable puzzles and original plots... but £7.95 a throw? The real question is whether this is value for money.
A mediocre arcade adventure that sadly doesn't capture the 'feel' or 'flavour' of the character on which it is based.
Too much gloss and not enough game to justify its price. A very disappointing and tedious future sport.
An uninspiring and overpriced Uridium clone.
It's A Knockout (Ocean)
Do yourself a big favour and give it a miss... The six games are terrible - play them once and you never really want to play them again.
If you like spending time over games, then definitely look at this... The graphics are well executed... Sound is great too.
Quite simply, a very dull and overpriced shoot-'em-up.
An unplayable, unoriginal, unprofessional, unimaginative and unacceptable licensing travesty.
Howard The Duck (Activision)
Quite absorbing... for about ten minutes! The pace is far too slow, and fighting mutants is tedious with such a limited number of moves available.
Sky Runner (Cascade)
A brilliant concept wasted on a mediocre game.
Judge Dredd (Melbourne House)
An immense disappointment considering the massive potential of the character.
Los Angeles Swat (Mastertronic)
A cheap and very playable vertically scrolling shoot-'em-up.
Uninspiring and dull... I wasn't really expecting much from this. And I got less than I bargained for.
Bomb Jack II (Elite)
I'm amazed! This is really great - infinitely better than the original!
Molecule Man (Mastertronic)
A decent 3D maze game which should appeal to arcade adventurers with a low budget.
Sigma Seven (Durell)
If you're after a varied and addictive multi-screen arcade game then give it some consideration.
A dull, second-rate conversion.
Xevious (US Gold)
An appalling conversion. It's playable... but tedious.
Space Harrier (Elite)
An uninspiring 3D shoot-'em-up.
1943 (American Action)
A poor clone of an uninspiring conversion of a dated arcade game.
Legend Of Kage (Imagine)
Four 'samey' levels which represent a reasonable challenge. It's playable, but nothing special.
Park Patrol (Firebird)
This must rank as one of the best budget games ever. Miss it and you're missing something really special.
Harvey Headbanger (Firebird)
An unusual and highly playable two player game.
They Stole A Million (39 Steps/Ariolasoft)
An original and absorbing alternative to gratuitous binary violence.
Surf Champ (New Concepts)
An original but uninspiring simulation.
It's sad that Elite have spoilt such a great character by releasing a game as poor as this.
Terra Cresta (Imagine)
A mediocre addition to the growing range of vertically scrolling shoot-'em-ups.
Breakthru (US Gold)
Conversions come and conversions go, but this has got to be the worst that I've ever seen... A complete waste of time and money... Bleugh!!!
Initially strange, but compulsive nevertheless... Very pretty backdrops and sprites, and sympathetic use of colour.
Xeno (A 'n F)
Excellent in concept, but it could have been executed a lot better. Overall, a very poor and limited sports 'simulation'.
Light Force (Faster Than Light)
A must for shoot-'em-up addicts. An atmospheric Rob Hubbard tune complements the pace of the game.
10th Frame (US Gold)
Another slick and extremely well programmed Access sports simulation.
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