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Forgotten Worlds (U. S. Gold) (Spectrum 48K/128K/+2)
Forgotten Worlds won't be forgotten in a hurry! A rip-roaring conversion that offers fabulous graphics, excellent sound, fast, action-packed gameplay and a brilliant two-player option.
Stormtrooper (Titus) (Atari ST)
Not an original concept, but it scores better on playability. One for real arcade masochists.
Bio Challenge (Palace) (Amiga 500)
Fabulous music, unusual gameplay and exotic graphics make up for a basic lack of variation in the gameplay.
The Kristal (Addictive Games) (Amiga 500)
A whopping adventure, but there's plenty of gameplay in there. Graphics and sounds are superb, but weak arcade sequences and a demand for patience probably won't enamour it to purist arcade freaks.
Voyager (Ocean) (Amiga 500)
Brings the classic Battlezone concept up to date by keeping the same basic formula, adding hordes of different aliens and play strategies and stunning Starglider II-style 3D filled vector graphics.
The Real Ghostbusters (Activision) (Spectrum 48K)
Ardent collectors of Ghostbusters memorabilia won't be disappointed and I suppose anyone looking for a simplistic blast in conjunction with a boppy tune could be interested too.
Renegade III (Imagine) (Spectrum 48K/128K/+2/+3)
A definite must buy for fans of joystick-controlled violence.
Blood Money (Psygnosis) (Amiga 500)
We've seen some amazing shoot-'em-ups lately, what with Denaris and Dominator, but I'm happy to say that Blood Money beats even those.
Lords Of The Rising Sun (Cinemaware) (Amiga 500)
Superb graphics, sound and gameplay are combined to produce one of the best Cinemaware games to date.
American Ice Hockey (Mindscape International Inc) (Amiga 500)
An Ice Hockey management simulation with a heavy emphasis on the strategic elements - recommended if you are that way inclined, dull if you aren't.
Steve Davis Snooker (CDS Microsystems) (Atari ST)
A difficult, but brilliantly presented snooker game that's bound to appeal to fans of the sport.
Journey To The Centre Of The Earth (CHIP) (Amiga 500)
An ambitious mix of strategy and arcade let down by thin gameplay.
Kick Off (Anco) (Amiga 500)
Probably the best footie game yet, especially if you're more interested in gameplay than graphic thrills. Highly recommended.
Advanced Pinball Simulator (Codemasters) (Amstrad CPC464)
Unrealistic ball control and lack of modern pin table features result in a lacklustre game.
Supernudge 2000 (Mastertronic) (Spectrum 48K/128K/+2)
Everything your average one-armed bandit fiend could wish for - nudges, pound banks, super holds and all the other features you'd expect to find on a modern fruit machine.
Tetris (Mastertronic) (Spectrum 48K/128K/+2)
Laughably simple, infuriating and completely and utterly addictive, challenging both your mind and reflexes to their limit.
Jockey Wilson's Darts Challenge (Zeppelin Games) (Amstrad CPC464)
An enjoyable and challenging darts game - the best yet to appear. Definitely worth a go if you're a bit of a darts fan.
Barry McGuigan World Championship Boxing (Mastertronic Plus) (Spectrum 48K/128K/+2)
An excellent boxing game which provides plenty of thrills and spills. Excellent graphics and gameplay.
Death Chase (Zeppelin Games) (Dragon 32)
It was a classic in its time, and the simple and addictive game still holds up today.
The Hit Squad (Codemasters) (Amstrad CPC464)
An average shoot and explore game. Don't believe the hype on the cover art!
Las Vegas Casino (Zeppelin Games) (Commodore 64/128)
Colourful and addictive. Those who enjoy gambling games should be in their element here.
Full Throttle (Zeppelin Games) (Spectrum 48K)
It's fairly playable, but won't hold your interest for long. Try it only if you're desperate for a bike race.
Dungeon Explorer (NEC) (PC Engine (EU Version)/TurboGrafix-16 (US Version))
Quite simple, the best PC Engine game yet. A Gauntlet game that offers superlative graphics, sound and gameplay.
Galaxy Force II (Sega) (Sega Master System (EU Version))
A tremendous conversion of the technically stunning coin-op that pushes the Sega Master System to its limits.
P-47 (Aicom Corporation) (PC Engine (JP Version))
A very tough arcade conversion, but veterans of computer wars past should find P-47's good blasting action both addictive and challenging.
Son Son II (Capcom) (PC Engine (JP Version))
Platform fanatics will doubtless above this, but it won't convert any others to the genre.
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