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High Noon (Ocean) (Commodore 64)
One of the best games for the C64... On harder levels, the other people in the street fire much faster than normal, so you'll need quite a few hours of practice to beat them.
B. C. Bill (Imagine) (BBC Model B)
Forget The Evil Dead! This is a real video nasty... and the tune drives you mad after a while, too.
Buck Rogers (Sega) (TI99/4A)
The best game that I've ever seen on a TI. The graphics are smooth and the sound is realistic.
Flip And Flop (Statesoft) (Commodore 64)
Q*bert fans will enjoy Flip And Flop. It takes the basic idea of the game a stage further and adds lots of entertaining features.
Arabian Nights (Interceptor Micros) (Commodore 64)
Will take you some time to master and you'll have fun attempting to reach that elusive next screen.
Psycho Shopper (Mastertronic) (Commodore Vic 20)
I don't really know what you can say about a third-rate cover version of a boring old game like Frogger. Um, it plays a reasonable game, even if the graphics leave a lot to be desired.
Custard Pie Fight (Comsoft) (BBC Model B)
This game is about as boring as watching skin form on a bowl of custard.
Burgertime (Data East) (TI99/4A)
This version is amazingly slow. It takes so long for the chef to climb up the ladders that your joystick hand starts to ache.
Mad Hatter (Gamma) (Spectrum 48K)
Don't buy it! There's a bug which makes this game almost unplayable and, even without it, the game would be merely average.
Albert And The Monsters (Algray) (Dragon 32)
If you like top quality arcade games on your Dragon then you've probably had to look quite hard recently. Well, Albert And The Monsters is an excellent one.
Kokotoni Wilf (Elite) (Commodore 64)
Graphics are good and the animation is smooth. It took me some time to master the intricacies of control, but I soon got the hang of it.
Rapier Punch (Commodore) (Commodore Vic 20)
This will certainly keep you occupied for some time as you try to explore all 100 rooms.
Alcatraz Harry (Mastertronic) (Spectrum 48K)
If you want a decent escaping, collecting, maze-style game then get Atic Atac - it's only just over twice as dear as Alcatraz Harry, but it's incomparably better.
Monty Mole (Gremlin Graphics) (Spectrum 48K)
Climbing games packed with ladders, ramps and conveyor belts are very old hat.
System 15000 (Craig Communications Ltd) (Spectrum 48K)
The aim in System 1500 is to break into the computer of a bank and transfer $1.5m from one account to yours. But don't worry. This game is perfectly legal and won't cost you a penny on your phone bill.
Gatecrasher (Quicksilva) (BBC Model B)
If you're tired of endless blasting, then you'll like this game.
Khafka (Cosmi) (Commodore 64)
The graphics in Caverns Of Khafka are impressive, even if they are a little similar to Forbidden Forest. The machine's capabilities are used well and the game certainly is worth the money.
Suicide Droids (Beast International) (BBC Model B)
Game action is not bad but, although I quite enjoyed my session with the game, I was left wondering just how long the appeal of blasting droid ships would last.
Death Star Interceptor (System 3) (Commodore 64)
A competently written shoot-'em-up. By no means a classic game but certainly one that's worth spending a few of your hard-earned pounds on.
Decathlon Vs. Daley Thompson's Decathlon (Ocean) (Commodore 64)
I reckon that Activision's game gets the gold with Daley's version of a close contender for the silver.
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