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A beautifully-presented and rewarding game marred by excessive emphasis on luck.
The Train (Accolade/Electronic Arts)
Another excellent Accolade simulation, which should have a very wide appeal... Detailed and superbly atmospheric.
Black Lamp (Firebird)
A very appealling, but difficult, platform collect-'em-up.
A revivifying enhancement of a tired theme, and a compelling game in its own right.
A superb puzzle game lacking only in polish.
Knight Games II (English)
An interesting and colourful sequel, marred by the derivative and simplistic gameplay.
Task III (Databyte)
Slick and very polished, but some might find the action excessively hard. The last straw for me was the annoying delay between goes while your current scoreline is calculated.
A graphically impressive game, marred by monotonous gameplay.
An extremely substandard shoot-'em-up at any price.
Werewolf Simulator (Top Ten)
I quite enjoyed this notwithstanding its drawbacks (having been written on the GAC). It's a cheap game, but by no means a bad adventure.
Skegpool Rock (Top Ten)
There appears to be lots to do within the game, but unfortunately it is boring.
The Eternal Dagger (US Gold/SSI)
A solid and complex game example of this specialised genre, which certainly has a lot of play in it.
Xenon (Melbourne House)
Not very innovative, but a dynamic, polished and addictive shoot-'em-up all the same.
Ball Raider (King Size)
The terrific backdrops don't make up for uninspiring gameplay.
Kwasimodo (King Size)
What a joke. The infantile graphics show a frighteningly retarded talent, and are akin to something an idiot child would draw on a badly programmed art utility for the Texas TI-99.
Karting Grand Prix (Anco)
One of the poorest Super Sprint clones available on any machine. At least it's cheap.
Golden Path (Firebird)
Even though there are only 37 locations, there are a host of characters and objects with puzzles to solve... One game that's full of Eastern promise!
Othello (King Size)
Not bad as far as it goes, but Othello's limitations make it poor value for money.
A nicely implemented version of the parlour game, which should fill in a young player's afternoon.
Time Bandit (Microdeal)
A first-class pot pourri of genres, with incredible depth and playability.
Roadwars (Melbourne House)
A good conversion and a polished shoot-'em-up which lacks spice.
Blockbusters (TV Games)
An above-average quiz game which follows the programme closely enough to appeal to its fans. It's probably best used as a family game.
Skyfox II (Electronic Arts)
Not a terrible effort, but unlikely to make the same impact as its predecessor did in 1985.
A tedious and badly crafted sequel which fails to improve upon its predecessor.
Dan Dare II: Mekon's Revenge (Virgin)
A pulse-racing good shoot 'n search game, but possibly just a little short on lasting interest.
A beautifully presented game marred by its derivative gameplay and lack of diversity.
Strike Fleet (Electronic Arts)
The combat simulation your disk drive was made for.
4th And Inches (Accolade)
The most accomplished, entertaining and realistic American Football simulation to date.
Neat, attractive and fun to play.
Snooker And Pool (Gremlin)
An unrealistic and annoying simulation which requires too much practice to overcome its faults.
An entertaining and engrossing puzzle/dexterity game.
Helidrop (Top Ten)
Dire. Tedious and unrewarding gameplay dispel any addictive qualities.
BMX Hyper Biker Simulator (Top Ten)
There are six courses... but the action is so unappealing that you'll never want to see them.
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