Just because a game's in a budget range shouldn't mean that it's a poor quality product. Pneumatic Hammers well and truly squashes that theory. First of all there are spelling errors in the opening screen, and then in the game proper there's no joystick option. I ask you, in this day and age, not even a Kempston look-a-like! The game is littered with attribute clash and the instructions are wrong. Apart from that there's a semblance of a game in there somewhere, it just suffers from plain bad programming.
Sad little budget game. Not much cop.