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Advanced Pinball Simulator (Codemasters)
Yet another Code Masters cracker.
Hopping Mad (Elite)
A game for one or two players in which the object is to guide a line of four bouncy balls through a number of locations scattered about the world and space. Fun for a while.
Sabian Island (Skyslip)
This is really nothing special,
and it's hard to work up any excitement about the thousandth variation
on a theme.
Hotshot (Addictive Games)
Strip away all the promotional tosh and you are left with a game that is well presented, simple in concept and great fun to play.
Is 1943 all it is cracked up to be? Yes.
Hopper Copper (Silverbird)
A moronically simple game. It's not a classic, but it's better than watching the rain.
Big Screen Hero (SkySlip Computers)
It's a fun game... Tinseltown may be paved with gold, but through the glitz there is pure grit.
Fernandez Must Die (Image Works)
Not bad. It really tries to be different from Commando, and yet somehow in trying to differ it becomes more like it.
Live And Let Die (Domark)
If this game leaves you shaken but not stirred, you can rely on James Bond 007 to remain unruffled. The presentation is as slick as the man himself.
Game Over II (Dinamic)
Probably Dinamic's best yet, slightly spoiled by the impossibly difficult final stages.
Fire And Forget (Titus)
Fire And Forget could be described as Crazy Cars with guns, but this would be a little unfair because it's a lot better than that.
Samurai Warrior (Firebird)
If you ignore the zoological element of Samurai Warrior, what we have here is yet another martial arts game... Despite this, the game is very playable.
The Empire Strikes Back (Domark)
Nice graphics, great tune, lousy gameplay. The high score table is good though.
The Train (Electronic Arts)
The Train is a tough game, with a lot to do in very little time. Fortunately the controls are pointer-based and very easy to learn.
Excellent stuff consolidating Silverbird's position as one of the best and most consistent budget software houses.
A game that grows on you the more you play it. It has all the blood curdling, thrilla-minute action of Conan the Librarian, absorbing rather than exciting.
By Fair Means Or Foul (Superior/Alligata)
There is not a lot to distinguish By Fair Means Or Foul from the boxing games that preceded it, except for the ability to help yourself by hitting below the belt.
Mad Max Game (U. S. Gold)
Pepsi and US Gold is a strange combination. I'm not a great lover of fizzy drinks, finding them not very
satisfying and full of wind. Much the same could be said of Mad Mix Game.
Off Shore Warrior (Titus)
Off Shore Warrior has that special mixture of charm and graphics that can only come from the wrong side of the English Channel.
Return To Doom (Topologika)
Return To Doom is difficult if played without using the hints. There's a basic error on the part of the writer to foresee the obvious uses of recognised verbs with recognised nouns.
The Quest For The Golden Eggcup (Mastertronic)
A fun adventure. I rather hope we can look forward to more of the same.
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