|Genre:||Unknown Genre Type|
|Cover Art Language:||English|
|Machine Compatibility:||Spectrum 48K, Spectrum 128K, Spectrum +2, Spectrum +3|
|Release:||Magazine available via High Street/Mail Order|
|Original Release Date:||1st March 1986|
|Original Release Price:||Unknown|
|Market Valuation:||£3.00 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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One of my favourite games to date. Lots of pretty graphics and great games with little sound seems to sum up Design Design - and it works most times.
A great little game, very much the follow-on to Nodes Of Yesod - maybe too similar.
Battle Of The Planets (Mikro-Gen)
The action can get a bit frantic at times, with all the controls that you need to fiddle with - it wouldn't be so bad if the Phoenix had a crew, but you're on a solo mission... still, it's not a bad shoot-'em-up.
Benny Hill's Madcap Chase (DK'Tronics)
The screen contains a lot of colour, but also a lot of clashes and blocky characters... Still, it is so playable that it's easy to get hooked.
The graphics are clear and are used to good effect but the content of the programs is perhaps lacking in depth for serious study purposes.
There is a strange sort of addiction about this game - you'll play it when you're bored with everything else and then get really addicted to it.
Reasonably helpful if used with other study methods, but the content at times is rather lightweight and sketchy.
The students who looked at this suite for me were quite impressed with the range of topics covered and felt it would be a useful addition to their study aids.
Lots of nice touches add up to a compelling game. The graphics are good, especially the animation of the Cosmic Wartoad himself.
A superb game that could have been even more substantial.
Any student working their way successfully through any of Letts' literature packages would end up as a candidate for the black chair of Mastermind.
A good game, much more arcade orientated than Shadowfire... It should appeal to fans of Denton's other games.
The slowness of the missiles means that careful aim has to be taken which is a hard task because of the strange controls, so it's very difficult to get anywhere in this game.
Forbidden Planet (Design Design)
The map is good, and colour is used very well - really splashed about in places, and there's plenty of sound, with good explosions and firing noises. However, I found the game wasn't all that addictive, and a bit of a let down overall.
A handy screen creating tool which could prove to be a lot of fun to use.
Lord Of The Rings (Melbourne House)
Its friendly vocabulary and its options on character play add to the standing of an already monumental work.
A mathematics teacher commented that the area covered was, perhaps, far too wide, although some students might benefit from revision of the basics.
This is the most enthralling game I've ever played. Stop watching those old gangster movies and jump into one on your Spectrum!
A very plain game on a pretty dead subject where virtually every possibility has been explored.
Graphically it's excellent with some really interesting backdrops. The control method with its inertia is really nice and allows you to skid about the place while taking pot shots at the enemy.
An enjoyable romp through the fantastical world of Fantasia.
A great deal of ground is covered in this package, and good use is made of screen graphics.
Tasword II, watch out! Word Manager has come to take the words out of your mouth.
I wouldn't advise you to buy Rambo as well as Commando, but instead of it. It adds an extra dimension to the arcade game while retaining a number of similarities.
Football Quick Quiz (Rothmans/Cassel)
A very user-unfriendly program... It has no good features and not even a redesigned character set.
Near a hundred percent is needed to rescue the princess... What a daunting task that is!
If you do well then promotion is awarded according to your flying experience and the number of kills you achieve. If you do really well it is possible to rise through the ranks rapidly.
A superb strategy game and a worthy successor to the popular Fourth Protocol.
Three Weeks In Paradise (Mikro-Gen)
I loved this game. The graphics are very good and nicely animated and the sound is good.
Twister: Mother Of Charlotte (System 3)
if you like fairly simple games with lovely graphics and no brain ache involved in playing then I recommend this game.
The scrolling playing areas which zoom out at you lend the game a fair old pace, and leaping around colt acting the right objects while avoiding the wrong ones and killing the nasties can get frantic.
William Wobbler (Wizard Developments)
Quite a good game with the emphasis on arcade rather than adventure.
A great package... Some of the games are really fast - you need to be really quick with your reflexes.
The Worm In Paradise (Level 9 Computing)
The story, descriptive depth, vocabulary, and the many sophisticated features go to make Level 9's latest a really good adventure game.
I'm an avid viewer of the TV series, and will be an addicted player of the computer game for a long time to come.
This turned out to be a waste of time, and not all that good. The graphics are small and some of the screens need a lot of time before you pass on to the next.
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