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Daffy Duck (Hi-Tec)
Perfect... The sprites, both moving and stationary, are masterpieces of computer art... Nothing particularly tough but very playable nonetheless.
Super Cars (Gremlin)
A game that really grows on you. The more you play, the better it gets.
Cyberball (The Hit Squad)
The range of both Offensive and Defensive moves available is impressive... Certainly worthy of consideration.
Nightbreed (The Hit Squad)
Some of the sprites are very impressive and about worth purchasing at a budget price... but beware of the mildly annoying multi-load.
Klax (The Hit Squad)
A most excellent game... Buy it now.
Silent Service (Kixx)
A peach of a game... Combines all the complexities of a strategy sim with the playability of an arcade game... You'll be playing it for months.
Crack Down (Kixx)
The graphics are on par with the gameplay, the small sprites leap around and kick ass wonderfully... Buy it this instant.
Packed with neat little touches, and positively oozing atmosphere... offers a reasonably tough challenge for arcade adventurers.
The Olympiad Collection (Micro Value)
Presentation and graphics are excellent, and there's loads of ace touches like the flashes from photographers in the crowd.
4 Quattro Megastars (Codemasters)
CJ's Elephant Antics is brill, but Bigfoot and Little Puff barely make the grade, while Sky High Stuntman's problem lies in control of the plane.
The Cornwall Enigma (The Guild)
Good, but not great... Problems are fair, and there's always something to do... but breaking up, text with far, too much, punctuation is, very, annoying and makes it lose, its immediacy.
James Pond 2: Codename: Robocod (Millennium)
Ace intro sequence... Easy to get into... Soooo compulsive and a huge game. Repeating whole levels is frustrating however.
Euro Football Champ (Domark)
Control response is sluggish to say the least - I once executed a tackle in the penalty area, and by the time my player responded my opponent had dribbled around me, scored a goal, snogged the rest of his team and scoffed his half-time orange!
World Cricket (Zeppelin)
Total lack of tactical depth bowls it out... Picking teams is good, but there's little else to do.
Stuntman Seymour (Codemasters)
An instantly playable platform adventure. It's darn difficult to put the joystick down!
Dylan Dog (Simulmondo)
This is one of the best-looking arcade adventures I've seen in a long while, stunningly detailed backdrops creating an intense atmosphere.
Die Hard 2 (Grandslam)
There's just not enough here to keep you playing time after time. A few more levels would certainly have helped, along with a more gradual increase in difficulty.
European Champions (Idea/Software Business)
A very limited game, there's really only two ways to play it - run at the goal and shoot diagonally, or try something interesting and lose miserably!
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