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Fighter Pilot (Digital Integration)
Speed, thrust, altitude and rate of climb/descent are displayed, and undercarriage, flap, fuel and ammunition status round off the control displays. Amstrad owners are being spoiled.
Roland In Space (Amsoft)
This game must surely join the rest of the Amstrad classics, and is an absolute must for all who are Roland In Time fanatics.
Defend Or Die (Alligata)
Both fun and addictive. I know I will return to it when I feel the need to blast something.
Dark Star (Design Design)
Dark Star deserves considerable success... It's a leader of spacefight simulations.
The Quill (Gilsoft)
The idea that you may eventually create an adventure to equal any of those that you might buy is an intriguing prospect, especially if that might include being able to sell it.
Gilligan's Gold (Ocean)
The idea is pretty reasonable, but I'm not sure if this particular implementation is all that it could be, though I did find myself going back to try again.
War Zone (Cases Computer Simulations)
Perhaps not everyone's cup of tea but it is a good game for those long winter nights.
Roland Goes Digging (Amsoft)
An amusing and enjoyable game of snakes and ladders where the snakes bite!
A bit pricey but if you want a good, robust package, you can't go far wrong with this one.
Home Accounts (Gemini)
Gemini's package is as comprehensive as you're likely to need, and shows what can be done with a sound approach to a common application.
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