|Genre:||Unknown Genre Type|
|Cover Art Language:||English|
|Machine Compatibility:||Commodore 64, Commodore 128|
|Release:||Magazine available via High Street/Mail Order|
|Original Release Date:||1st December 1990|
|Original Release Price:||£1.95|
|Market Valuation:||£1.50 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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A superb conversion. Undoubtedly the race game of 1990.
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Brilliant black humour... and the best three sub-games ever!
A superb puzzle game.
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King's Bounty (New World/US Gold)
Although a rather simple design, King's Bounty does have many interesting features that make it pretty addictive. That element, along with its high replay factor, make it a recommended buy.
A simple shoot-'em-up with brilliant graphics. Shame.
A good example of French software. Full of promise, good graphics and sound but suffering from poor interface and game design.
Battlemaster has too little depth with too little tactical meat to be considered by anyone but Gauntlet fanatics, who would, in turn, be disappointed with it as a true arcade game.
FA-18 Interceptor (Electronic Arts)
Get FA-18 Interceptor, take to the skies, turn up the volume, hit and afterburners and enjoy!
Players must have totally flipped to bother releasing such a load of old... pins.
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A fun, but unremarkable, puzzle game.
A lacklustre conversion of a mediocre coin-op.
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Even the AA couldn't rescue this old wreck - that's all you need to know!
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A superbly executed mix of tactics and shoot-'em-up action.
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Fast, deep (192-page manual) and very entertaining to play.
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Totally lacking the board game's fun element... Becomes boring after a few games.
International Soccer Challenge (Micro Style)
No substitute for Kick Off 2. It's too easy to score with a set routine, and no skill is needed to dribble whilst tackling the opposition is very tricky.
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