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Not much enjoyment here. It's graphically weak and an interminably dull coin-op conversion.
Silkworm (Virgin Games)
You may have seen this on the Atari ST and Amiga where it's a good game. But this is the worst version of it I've ever seen.
3D Pool (Firebird)
The best feature of this game is the 3D effect, which allows the player to move round the table viewing it from every angle and every height. Worthy though it is, it suffers from being the only note of realism in an otherwise fairly flat game.
Times Of Lore (Origin Systems)
A large game which can be saved in stages... With 1,300 screen locations, it promises to hold the attention of those with a mind for arcade-like, classic adventures.
Bloodwych (Image Works)
An excellent game. If you want a game which lets you and a friend go adventuring together and if you want regular excitement and extra helpings of fun, you are in the proper dungeon.
Super Scramble Simulator (Gremlin)
Plenty of time and effort has gone into the programming of the sound and graphics but the gameplay does not match.
Rick Dangerous (Firebird)
With 74 types of traps and enemies you will have fun with this one.
Ninja Command (Zeppelin Games)
With eight levels for your ninja to summersault through, this program is worth a few pounds of anybody's money.
The Games Summer Edition (Epyx)
This game will not tax your brain cells but it is well-presented and it has a few good touches here and there.
Microprose Soccer (Microprose)
This version for the Amstrad is abysmal. Which is a shame as the Commodore 64 version is very good.
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