|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 April 1992|
|Original Release Price:||£2.20|
|Market Valuation:||£3.00 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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3D Pool is an incredible achievement and how they squeezed it into 48K of memory is beyond me.
Rumoured to be Ocean's last release for the Spectrum, it's a long, long time since we've seen a winner like this. A must for anyone's collection.
Balls, Boots And Brains (Incentive)
Despite the measly price, I doubt even the footy-maddest will wet their panties in excitement. The 'brainy' sims are fantastically dull and the other two are just crap.
Best Of The Indies Volume 1 (Zenobi)
Six splendiferous games for £3.99... This is the adventure bargain of the century.
The presentation is pretty spiffing, with spectacular pre-game effects and a neat, efficiently laid out control panel.
Danny Duster's Dirty Deeds (Flashsoft)
If you don't buy Dirty Deeds, you're more of a fool than I am!
A compelling, bloomin' frustrating and addictive platform romp.
Jimmy's Super League (Beyond Belief)
Dodgy graphics, dull gameplay and hellishly slow running speed make this a real stinker. And who the hell's Jimmy, anyway?!
The vast map of scenery is detailed and realistic and there are nifty sounds and tune into the bargain.
Three games for four quid is good value if you missed them first time around.
Rainbow Islands (The Hit Squad)
Voted the best game ever by our readers... You've never played anything like it.
Great fun to play, if a little on the tricky side, with a rainbow of colours and atmospheric bleeps to get you into the swing of things.
The difficulty's set a touch too high - I only just made it through the first level after umpteen games and a good dose of cheating!
Gremlin deserve a huge pat on the back for cramming a 16-bit game into the Speccy.
This game benefits from a more modern approach to commands (no awkward inputs here!)... It won't appeal to everybody but should soon find its niche in adventuredom.
The car is capable of a skull-mangling 300mph, but driving like a lunatic damages the car - as does pranging it into the ground at warp speeds.
TNT 2: Double Dynamite (Domark)
TNT 2: Double Dynamite comes highly recommended - to programmers who want an example of how not to write computer games!
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