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Adidas Championship Football (Ocean)
A well-presented game that could have been a bit better on the football side.
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A real joy to play... I just can’t pull myself away from the game, it’s that addictive.
Head Over Heels (The Hit Squad)
In addition to impressive graphics Head Over Heels features an equally brilliant sound track. You'll be totally addicted from the word go.
Hong Kong Phooey (Hi-Tec)
An enjoyable romp - especially if you're a fan of the cartoon!
I enjoyed every single minute of Hostages and I’m sure you will too. An excellent game.
International Cricket Manager (Psychaedelic Hedgehog)
All the options are here for the hardened cricket fan, but if cricket isn't your game steer clear.
Kenny Dalglish Soccer Match (Impressions)
Twenty two deformed hunchbacks hobble around a green expanse of play area with no apparent purpose.
Mike Read's Computer Pop Quiz (Encore)
Playing with friends may enhance playability a little, but if you know what's good for you, you'll stick to the board game or the radio programme.
Night Hunter (Ubisoft)
Wander around spooky castles and bite the necks of beautiful maidens! Great fun to play.
Ruff And Reddy In The Space Adventure (Hi-Tec)
This is a fun, addictive little game that will keep both fans of the cartoon and playable games happy for some time.
Sim City (Infogrames)
Totally unappealing to begin with but excruciatingly addictive when you've played a couple of games.
Wonder Boy (The Hit Squad)
If you are after an addictive arcade adventure this is for you, but note the 48K version has a horrid multi-load system.
Defenders Of The Earth (Enigma Variations)
The in-game music is brilliant, but the sound FX leave a lot to be desired. Graphics style is very similar to the Amstrad CPC.
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