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RBI 2 (Domark)
A hit for beginners and fans alike.
Jahangir Khan World Championship Squash (Krisalis)
A great squash game... The players are well animated and it's nice how they shake hands before a match.
Turbo Charge (System 3)
A stunning arcade experience, blindingly fast and exceptionally violent.
F1 GP Circuits (Idea)
Initially, roaring round the track, setting records and winning races is fun. But tedium soon sets in due to repetitive gameplay and graphics.
A faithful conversion which genre fans will enjoy.
Multi-Player Soccer Manager (D&H Games)
A seriously sad Play Match option which shows just the result, along with any scorers, and injuries. I could put up with this if the management options were any good but they're not.
Atalan (Mandy Rodriguez)
Not a very difficult game but very enjoyable all the same making it a good choice for the beginner.
Harboro, Lost In The Amazon, St. Jives (Dorothy Millard)
The design is a little shoddy. Illogical events spring up from nowhere now and again while the atmosphere is somewhat lacking.
Black Knight (Mandy Rodriguez)
Recommended. Puzzles are pretty good with the relevant objects well concealed.
Trouble At Bridgton (Dorothy Millard)
A collection of puzzles strung together by a thin plot. However, adventurers will still enjoy the task.
The Case Of The Mixed-Up Shymer (Sandra Sharkey)
A cracker! The plot is original and engaging and the puzzles vary from the introductory 'easy' to the head-scratchers a little later on.
Barney Brown And The Chicago Connection (Mandy Rodriguez)
A very early text adventure. Although it's not quite a disaster, the parser and design may give you a frustrating time.
Dumbo Goes To School (Entertainment International)
An educational title which suggests some half-baked ideas for parent-child activities. It's a bit like Fun School, but written without the brains of the Database people.
Multimixx 3 (Kixx)
Bionic Commando is the only one worth playing, so you should save yourself a quid and buy it on budget.
Multimixx 1 (Kixx)
With twelve varied courses across the whole compilation, it certainly scores a hole in one for value.
The Hits II (Thalamus)
Brilliant value for money with all the games being multi-loads offering lots of levels - especially Creatures and Retrograde.
Ultimate Collection (Ubisoft)
The games Stunt Car Racer and Pro Tennis Tour make this a worthwhile compilation if you haven't already got them.
Fists Of Fury - Edition 2 (Virgin)
A nice value-for-money package filled with some above-average coin-op conversions.
Multimixx 2 (Kixx)
Keys To Maramon (Electronic Arts)
The tedious, meaningless, pointless, combat will result in Betrayal gathering more dust than fans. I wish software companies would stop making games like this.
Mercs (US Gold)
An okay conversion of an unoriginal Capcom coin-op.
Millenium Warrior (First Star)
An exceptionally varied beat-'em-up.
England Championship Special (Grandslam)
Second division material. The tournament is easy to win and the gameplay too crude for lasting appeal.
Manchester United Europe (Krisalis)
A surprisingly good game packed with attention to detail.
A tough but playable coin-op conversion. Simultaneous two-player mode is good too.
Logical (Rainbow Arts)
A first-class puzzler to lose your marbles with.
Bubble Bobble (The Hit Squad)
Of course, it does look a little old, but gameplay is great and the two-player mode is terrific.
The Games: Summer Edition (Kixx)
Not a patch on the excellent Summer Games.
Ghostbusters II (The Hit Squad)
A total load of slime - level one is a doddle to complete, two has some limited shoot-'em-up playability, three is hideously bad.
Vindicators (The Hit Squad)
It's dull, repetitive and the passage of time makes it no less appealing.
The Untouchables (The Hit Squad)
With five varied, action-packed loads, this is a true C64 classic.
Buffalo Bill's Rodeo Games (Micro Value)
Some nice presentation, including a varied bunch of good tunes... Fun for a while with two or more players competing.
A big challenge at a bargain price, although Monty's still a rather dull sprite and the backgrounds are reasonable but never thrilling.
Beverly Hills Cats (Hi-Tec)
It's tough with just a single life and the game isn't hugely addictive... but it's not too bad either and acceptable enough fare for mapping-minded fans.
Toobin (The Hit Squad)
Good splashing fun... A single load game with eight levels, ranging from the Antarctic to hell's River Styx.
The New Zealand Story (The Hit Squad)
Superb graphics, slick scrolling and a great game.
Cabal (The Hit Squad)
Looks good and plays hard... Anyone who missed it first time around should definitely catch it now.
Blood Money (Sizzlers)
A slick scroll that effortlessly switches from horizontal to vertical... reverse-control radio transmitters and some particularly good end-level monsters.
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