Skyhawk (Bug-Byte) Review | A&B Computing - Everygamegoing

A&B Computing

By Bug Byte

Published in A&B Computing 3.12


Now there are budget games and budget games. Mastertronic have often shown us that cheap does not have to be awful and, working on projected sales, a well-designed budget game could actually make more money than the same game released full price. After all, how much money do you have to spend on software each month?

Sadly, this game does not offer much for your pennies. It's a C16 hit conversion originally written back in 1983 (and looking at it), it offers for gamer excitement the prospect of flying a jet and shooting down enemy planes. Not much detail, not much point.

However, next month, Bug Byte are releasing a couple of games that sound much more exciting - see new section for details. But really, what is the point of confirming in many people's minds that budget equals rubbish?

Dave Reeder

Other BBC/Electron Game Reviews By Dave Reeder

  • Heathrow Air Traffic Control Front Cover
    Heathrow Air Traffic Control
  • Cholo Front Cover
  • Index Front Cover
  • Hercules Front Cover
  • White Knight Mk II Front Cover
    White Knight Mk II
  • Lemming Syndrome Front Cover
    Lemming Syndrome
  • Around The World In 40 Screens Front Cover
    Around The World In 40 Screens
  • The Complete Home Entertainment Centre Front Cover
    The Complete Home Entertainment Centre
  • Spitfire '40 Front Cover
    Spitfire '40
  • Gisburne's Castle Front Cover
    Gisburne's Castle