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An interesting exercise in computer adventures. The game is good, if a little difficult, but it is let down by the book.
Packed into less than fifty locations is a neat little adventure containing a great deal of fun.
Star Trooper (Players)
Top value entertainment at a budget price.
Lazer Tag (Go!)
Should be consigned to the Chamber of Horrors along with fruit machine simulators and similar stuff. Liked the music though.
Desolator (U. S. Gold)
A pleasant enough game. Short on blood and guts; long on colour and playability.
Metropolis (The Power House)
This game reminds me of a party political broadcast - pointless and only faintly amusing.
Captain Blood (ERE Informatique)
The graphics are very pretty, especially the rotating planets and the weird talking aliens.
Astroball (The Power House)
Not brilliant, but on the whole quite enjoyable in a lobotomised sort of way. I await the ZX81 conversion with high hopes of enhanced features.
Metal Army (Players)
A remarkably good game and excellent value.
Blood Brothers (Gremlin)
Gremlin shouldn't have bothered to even release this. Blodgey graphics, iffy sound, awkward controls and creaking gameplay go to make it eminently forgettable.
Karnov (Electric Dreams)
Despite some reservations, I found myself picking up my joystick time and time again for just one more try.
The Race Against Time (Codemasters)
From the concept, through the multiple locations and excellent graphics, to the accompanying music, The Race Against Time simply oozes quality.
Street Fighter (Capcom)
Street Fighter is a must. There are no complex combinations of keys to learn - you just hack away at your opponent, making sure you duck at the right times.
Star Wars Droids (Mastertronic Added Dimension)
Yet another 'move around a scrolling landscape and pick up everything in sight' game to add to the thousand or so that already exist.
Dark Side (Incentive)
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