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Jinxter is a fun adventure, and will be enjoyed by anyone with the slightest hint of a sense of humour.
Druid's Moon (Top Ten)
GAC games like this are still fairly common and represent much of the bread and butter for our adventure appetites. Long may they be so!
Arctic Fox (Electronic Arts)
With many level of play and many enemy configurations to choose from, this thinking person's BattleZone should keep you busy for a long time.
Professional BMX Simulator (Codemasters)
Very attractive graphics, although perhaps a bit cluttered in some cases. The four-player option is the one thing that sets it apart from other games for the CPC.
Super Hero (Codemasters)
A large game, rather similar to the isometric Batman but with more than 600 rooms, all of which scroll neatly into place.
PHM Pegasus (Electronic Arts)
A good program with varied scenarios, although a little more care could have been taken with the graphics.
A.T.V. Simulator (Codemasters)
A Whittaker tune and clean graphics make this game fun to be with, and the gameplay keeps you on your toes.
The only slight letdown is the indifferent graphics on the cockpit screen, but the excellent animated map and the pointer control more than make up for this.
Dream Warrior (U. S. Gold)
Any game whose object is to remain asleep is flawed somewhere. And I'd rather be delirious than have dreams like this game.
Vector Ball (Mastertronic)
A clever and original concept, completely ruined by bad programming. The worst part of it are the instructions, which are complete nonsense.
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