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Easily the best puzzle game to date.
Nemesis The Warlock (Martech)
A gratifying romp of binary violence.
Gods And Heroes (The Powerhouse)
An excellent platform game which offers plenty for those willing to persevere.
One of the simplest and most addictive programs around. Try it if you think you can stand the pace.
Nether Earth (Argus Press)
Inept... An inconsequential piece of binary garbage that should never have seen the light of day.
Masters Of The Universe: The Arcade Game (US Gold)
A weak concept dressed up with a powerful licence.
An exciting concept which hasn't been suitably utilised or executed.
Now this is what I call a game... none of this poncing about with licensing deals - just pure and simple creativity.
Jumpin' Jimmy (Midas Marketing)
A potentially entertaining platform game ruined by its execution.
Star Raiders II (Electric Dreams)
Disappointing. A mediocre sequel to a classic game. Only likely to appeal to the most ardent of addicts.
The Secret Of Kandar (The Powerhouse)
A reasonable arcade adventure mostly let down by ugly cosmetics.
Very hard on the eyes and dull to the ears.
Xenon Ranger (The Powerhouse)
Without putting too fine a point on it, Xenon Ranger is unmitigated drivel.
Pitfall II (Firebird)
An above-average exploration game with simple problems, but it offers a good couple of weeks entertainment.
River Raid (Firebird)
Suitable fodder for the shoot-'em-up fan, providing a simple but very enjoyable blast.
Death Or Glory (CRL)
A barely average attempt at producing a new form of destructive game.
Big Trouble In Little China (Electric Dreams)
A poor film tie-in and a weak addition to the beat-'em-up range.
A very average arcade adventure with some pleasant graphics, but not enough exciting action.
A badly designed and unaddictive shoot-'em-up.
Doc The Destroyer (Melbourne House)
An uninspiring mixture of the worst parts of three different game formats.
Ignore the unusual control method and all you have is an average arcade adventure.
The cheapest and best joystick-waggling sports simulation available.
Auf Wiedersehen Monty (Gremlin Graphics)
An archaic and exhausted formula... Auf Wiedersehen Monty - and good riddance.
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