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Double Take (Ocean)
Another in an endless line of average arcade adventures.
Chameleon (Electric Dreams)
An unusual, imaginative, and surprisingly compulsive shoot-'em-up.
Professional, but lacking any real challenge.
Knucklebusters (Melbourne House)
A fair to middling beat-'em-up... It could have been far better.
An original, but very dull, program which lacks interesting content.
Repton 3 (Superior)
Very repetitive... Naff background tune... There's far too much running around and not enough skilfful or addictive gameplay to make it worthwhile.
Future Knight (Gremlin)
A run-of-the-mill arcade adventure - in traditional 'save the maiden' style.
Olli And Lissa (Firebird)
Precise timing is required throughout, and making Olli jump over the monsters is tricky (and frustrating) at first - but with a bit of practice it soon becomes second nature.
Skate Rock (Bubble Bus)
The backdrops are alright, but the sprites vary from good to incredibly poor. Overall though, it's a rather enjoyable skateboarding game.
Nosferatu The Vampire (Piranha)
If you're an arcade adventurer looking for something really tasty to get your teeth into, then try this.
Dandy (Electric Dreams)
The worst Gauntlet variant money can buy.
A new and exciting concept which should interest shoot-'em-up fans.
Over 30 levels of blasting action, but it proves quite tedious remarkably quickly.
Street Machine (Software Invasion)
Severely lacking action, excitement and a sensible price tag.
If you are an enthusiast of the Science Fiction novel, it may be worth your while checking this out.
Footballer Of The Year (Gremlin)
Graphically and aurally the game is alright, and there's enough interest generated to keep a football fan happy for a couple of days.
Apache Gold Plus Winter Wonderland (Incentive)
Darned expensive for a product created with the Graphic Adventure Creator. As you'd expect, it shows both the promise and the limitation of the system.
Herakles: The Early Trials (Tunstallsoft)
A great deal... Should not be passed over by disk drive owners, and certainly not by anyone with an Ancient Greece.
Cyrus II Chess (Alligata)
One of the fastest and strongest chess programs I have come across.
Master Chess (Mastertronic)
Plays a dull, unimaginative, slow and downright incompetent game of chess... It also flagrantly violates some of the rules of the game.
Pneumatic Hammers (Firebird)
An original and mildly entertaining piece of budget software.
Agent Orange (Quicksilva)
A bland shoot-'em-up which lacks excitement, depth and playability.
Terra Cognita (Codemasters)
It's a shoot-'em-up. We've seen it all before.
Terror Of The Deep (Mirrorsoft)
A potentially exciting concept which fails to make the grade.
Tomahawk (Digital Integration)
Adequate fodder for simulation freaks.
Tiger Mission (Kele Line)
A well-presented, but fairly tame, shoot-'em-up.
Raid 2000 (Mirrorsoft)
A fairly poor Time Pilot 84 clone with an attractive front end.
Star Soldier (Quicksilva)
Blood 'N Guts (American Action)
A mediocre variant of a tried and tested theme.
Falcon Patrol II (Virgin Games)
A cheap, limited, but enjoyable, shoot-'em-up. The graphics are not too hot - the characters are badly drawn and the scrolling is awful.
A glamorous but tedious clone of Frogger. Plus, there's an annoying flaw where control always defaults to keyboard.
Peter Shilton's Handball Maradona (Argus Press)
Offers a couple of hours entertainment at best... Not really worth buying.
The Double (Scanatron)
The sluggish speed clinically removes every last ounce of enjoyment from this game, making it incredibly tedious and frustrating to play.
Brian Clough's Football Fortunes (CDS)
An excellent board game. It's easy to use and beautifully designed... so that even the most ardent anti-football person cannot help but enjoy it.
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