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Skyfox (Ariolasoft/Electronic Arts)
Very satisfying to play... Different difficulties and missions mean any skill of player can enjoy it, although some graphics are indistinct and blocky.
Tank Command (Amsoft/Magic Logic)
Very nice game, this, with lovely graphics and some good blasting action... It is by no means easy to nip in and blast the tanks without being blasted in return.
Ping Pong (Imagine/Konami)
Fast, exciting, quick reaction action. Just about the best thing of its kind on the Amstrad!
Stock Market Speculator (Brain Power/Collins)
The main problem is that there's no risk, which has always been the fascination of gambling. Budding capitalists and money hoarders should give it a look.
The shallowness of the game and simple display make this a definite non-starter. It has rotten gameplay, even on the preset parameters.
Tubaruba (Advance Software Promotions)
Attractive screens and music plus good touches like teleport windows, bullet trajectories and explosions. Although there's not a lot to think about really.
Run For Gold (Hill MacGibbon)
The animation of the runners is excellent, although when there are several on screen the action may noticeably slow down and when runners overlap some nasty white blobs can be created.
Kokotoni Wilf (Elite)
A pleasant jaunt, but not really deep enough these days. The gameplay is simple and there aren't any real puzzles as such to solve.
Play Your Cards Right (Britannia)
The whole thing relies on guesswork and the law of averages - no skill.
Daley Thompson's Super Test (Ocean)
Excellent graphics and animation. Events are challenging and get tougher.
The pleasant display and the numerous options available make it a game that you're bound to play again and again.
Match Point (Psion)
Very realistic and skillful simulation... Excellent two player action, or a very tough computer opponent.
Winter Sports (Electric Dreams)
Too much attention seems to have been paid to pretty backgrounds and not enough to the gameplay. Long load times too.
One Man And His Droid (Mastertronic)
20 different and difficult levels... However, the task is very similar throughout the game - if you're not really hooked at the very beginning then you're unlikely to become so by sticking at it.
Zania (Myrddin/Screens Microcomputer)
Good graphics, but the diagonal up and down movement can prove frustrating and it relies on trial and error - not good in an adventure.
Very colourful and attractive graphics, even if there are only eleven screens. Nice touches like pistons, end game apple and bouncing contraption.
Castle Assault (Blue Ribbon)
The sort of frustrating, infuriating and annoying game that once passed for addictive.
Screwball (Blue Ribbon)
It's Q-Bert with a hole-digging function. Which is nice but, after discovering that, there's nothing else to get excited about.
Diamond Mine (Blue Ribbon)
Some fun, for ten minutes. Once you've learned to control yourself the game is a bore.
Grumpy Gumphrey Supersleuth (Gremlin Graphics)
A fairly agreeable package, with plenty of tasks to complete, locations, objects, decent graphics and a nice title tune.
Who Dares Wins II (Alligata)
Lots of indiscriminate killing combined with excellent graphics makes this a game to satisfy anyone who's been longing for a good shoot-'em-up amidst the flood of arcade adventures.
Spellbound (Mastertronic Added Dimension)
Excellent graphics and animation plus some really tough puzzles to solve. The window menus add a fascinating new dimension.
Spindizzy (Electric Dreams)
The sheer size is impressive enough, but it's executed with enough brilliance to make it an instant classic.
Rally Driver (Hill MacGibbon)
An intelligently created game that cleverly simulates some of the skills needed in driving a rally.
Wreckless Roger (Blaby)
The awful pun of the title is right and fitting for the awful game that follows.
Astro Plumber (Blue Ribbon)
The gameplay offers a few challenges, the graphics are reasonable and the whole thing is pretty jolly.
The Real You? (Collins)
Each test is very tough... You may find it doesn't tell you anything about yourself that you didn't already know but it should make you think about many things.
Mini Office II (Database)
A superb way of introducing yourself to a wide range of serious software.
Lord Of The Rings (Melbourne House)
Despite some serious bugs, I don't think anyone will regret buying this.
A very ambitious program with a tremendous sense of humour.
A simple, home-brewed game which can still give a Pilgrim a challenge and keep him amused as he struggles to find Sink's Lair.
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