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The strategy element is well thought out and works well.
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Book Of The Dead (CRL)
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Although I liked the idea behind the adventure, mapping is not all that simple as many of your movements have completely illogical results. Personally, I found this loss of directional sense disturbing, and highly frustrating.
Countdown To Doom (Topologika)
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Energy Warrior (Mastertronic Added Dimension)
It's one of the more difficult shoot-'em-ups I've played. It's fast, but there isn't enough going on to really retain my interest.
Tour De Force (Gremlin)
Very disappointing. Whilst I'm pleased that Gremlin didn't make it a joystick waggler, the game lacks any sense of thrill.
Skate Rock Simulator (Ricochet)
A distinctly difficult game that's only interesting for a few hours. The collision detection is somewhat suspect.
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