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19 Part 1: Boot Camp (Cascade)
Cascade have gone out of their way to construct a link between the two parts of the game. Knowing that your performance at Boot Camp can affect your performance in Combat Zone gives a strong incentive to do well.
Abbreviations (Teachers' Pet)
Provides an alternative means of testing knowledge, and for some pupils it may act as a helpful resource for reinforcing abbreviations.
Action Reflex (Ricochet)
With so many different features you're practically guaranteed hours and hours of play. If you've enjoyed other ball-bouncing games, get your hands on this!
The wheels of time have turned full circle since we first reviewed Airwolf. This is a game certainly showing its age!
An exciting and hair-raising experience... With intricately detailed graphics, Psygnosis have created a grippingly sinister atmosphere.
Battle Valley (Rack-It)
The way in which two vehicles are used for different situations creates a simple sort of strategy which makes the game absorbing.
Birds Of Britain (Teachers' Pet)
Its only deficiency is in the graphical department - no illustrations at all!
The game could have been made a bit more exciting if the bombs actually exploded, rather than just fizzling to themselves until Jack reaches them.
Bruce Lee (Americana)
Don't be disappointed if you complete it (many times!), the action just gets harder and harder.
The Calling (Visual Dimensions)
None of the puzzles are exceptionally challenging, but as long as you don't expect too much, they're quite fun to solve and should keep you occupied for quite some time.
Countries And Capitals (Teachers' Pet)
It just might provide a useful resource for the testing of a limited body of knowledge.
Dan Dare (Ricochet)
The puzzles are absorbing, the graphics are outstandingly colourful and the whole package is a pleasure to play.
An intriguing mix of arcade and strategy.
Unless you're addicted to tedious games, I strongly advise you to steer well clear.
Eliminator looks decent enough at first sight, but its appeal soon fades - one to avoid.
The Games: Winter Edition (Epyx/US Gold)
The seven events are all excellently presented and each one is as addictive as the last.
Hot Shot (Addictive Games)
The levels get more detailed and harder to play as you progress, which means that Hot Shot will keep you glued to your monitor for weeks to come.
Jester Quest (Nebula Designs)
It's more likely to appeal to younger adventurers and anyone else who can stand Jeremy's awful, grisly jokes.
Letter Writer 1 (Teachers' Pet)
Aimed at the 11-12 age group, this program provides a useful aid for reinforcing letter writing skills.
Although laudable in its aim, I felt that this program needs to provide much more of an incentive for the user to be correct than the creation of a picture!
You may not be stunned by the graphics but the intricacy of the puzzles and the sheer size of the adventure environment means that Marsport still presents a complex and compelling challenge.
Murder Most Foul (Teachers' Pet)
The graphics are attractive... My one criticism would be that at times the response to a command can be rather slow.
Ninja Scooter Simulator (Silverbird)
The low level of difficulty might well appeal to younger players but for more experienced mega-scorers, the lack of any challenge means that the initial appeal soon fades.
Our Class (Teachers' Pet)
A helpful and relevant teaching aid for use with the 7-10 age range.
Highly recommended. The added interest of buying your weapons before your journey down the highway to hell involves a certain amount of strategy.
Planet Mathematics (Teachers' Pet)
I found the sound effects in the game exceedingly annoying, and would have welcomed the chance to switch them off.
Plus 3 Adventures (Mastertronic)
An unusual departure from the traditional adventure mould.
Police Patrol Quiz (Flexibase)
The colour and graphics in this program are quite attractive, but the sound effects tend to be uncontrollably irritating.
The Quest For The Golden Eggcup (Mastertronic)
As long as the budget houses keep releasing products as slick and innovative as Quest For The Golden Egg Cup, there's hope for adventurers yet.
A pleasant beat-'em-up-cum-strategy game that isn't quite as good as some of the more recent 'bash all that moves' offerings, but still worth a look.
Scottish Towns 1 (Teachers' Pet)
I would have liked to have seen the program extended by the inclusion of a map showing the location of each place.
Skateboard Kidz (Silverbird)
Will brighten up a rainy afternoon but I doubt it will have much lasting appeal.
The underground environment, pitted with secret passages and hidden rooms, demands extensive exploration and the depth of the puzzles provides an amazingly engrossing challenge.
Stop Ball (Mastertronic)
I wouldn't mind quite so much about the lack of screens if they contained a bit more challenge, but whacking a ball around the screen with a bat won't strain anyone's intellectual capacity.
Sweevo's World (Rebound)
If you're addicted to 3-D adventures... you may as well give Sweevo a chance.
The atmospheric sound effects when you walk and smash things all add up to a fun game.
Tracksuit Manager (Goliath Games)
Long-winded, it's best played in short bursts, but considering its detailed options, Tracksuit Manager will definitely appeal to football mangagement buffs.
Ultimate: The Collected Works (Ultimate)
This is going to be one of the most sought after compilations of the year... Make sure you've got it!
Uridium's coding was extremely smart in its time and hasn't been successfully emulated since.
Vectorball (Mastertronic Added Dimension)
Though the two-player option should improve lastability, the frustrating one-player game soon loses its appeal.
The Way Of The Exploding Fist (Ricochet)
In October 1985, this was astounding. Obviously, the superior animation and greater complexity of games like IK+, Target: Renegade and Street Fighter has seen to that.
Who Can Help? (Teachers' Pet)
This simple program, for very young school children, presents the user with a series of problems and asks which person would be best suited to solve the problem.
Word Likeness (Teachers' Pet)
Pupils in the 9-12 age range should enjoy and benefit from Word Likeness.
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