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2002 (Superior) (BBC Model B)
I recommend it to anyone who wants a challenging and stimulating change from action games.
Air Traffic Control (Microdeal) (Dragon 32)
Another import from Tom Mix and has good graphics and sound.
Nightflite 2 (Hewson) (Spectrum 16K)
An interesting, enjoyable, taxing program that would absorb the student for hours - but not for the ordinary games player.
Star Force Lander (First Byte) (BBC Model B)
A fair but unexciting game... Lack of any documentation is lamentable.
Space Mission Simulator (CompuSoft) (BBC Model B)
Certainly a buy for your spending money.
Fishy Business (Salamander) (Dragon 32)
A challenge... Quite amusing (watch out for the red herrings!) and worth the price.
SAS Assault (Mikro-Gen) (Spectrum 48K)
A sort of adventure game in two parts, written in Basic... I was greatly disappointed by it.
Kosmik Pirate (Elephant) (Spectrum 48K)
You're the baddie, cast as captain of an outdated spacecraft, Red Beard 2, wreaking havoc by zapping innocent spaceships.
Space Adventure One (First Byte) (BBC Model B)
A rather plain program of no particular merit.
Skull (Games Machine) (Spectrum 48K)
A first in game presentation.
Neptune's Daughters (English) (Commodore 64)
A well written and constructed game.
Super Pipeline (Taskset) (Commodore 64)
A testing game... programmed immaculately... Get it and enjoy.
Neoclypse (PSS) (Commodore 64)
are amazing, the sound is good and there are quite a lot of options to choose
Domino 6/Domino 9 (Challenger) (Commodore 64)
The games are good value as they stand and are recommended.
Supermind/Diamond Code (Challenger) (Commodore 64)
Four levels of play... Good use is made of the graphical qualities of the C64.
Humpty Dumpty/Who Killed Cock Robin? (Widgit) (Spectrum 48K)
A really slick, professional package, which will teach and test you as well as your children.
Test Your Child: Arithmetic (Commodore) (Commodore Vic 20)
A very handy tool for any parent or teacher who wants to check on the arithmetic progress of a child.
Graphs Maths Tutor (Salamander) (BBC/Electron)
Graphics are well presented giving instant response.
Vectors Maths Tutor (Salamander) (BBC/Electron)
Very impressed with the stated objectives... Each
section covered new ground.
Maths Race (Firefly) (TI99/4A)
Reasonable for most levels, but an upper limit of 20 for division seems too low to offer much variety
in the questions.
Thrusta (Software Projects) (Spectrum 16K)
100%... Different, enjoyable, and addictive.
Ometron (Software Projects) (Spectrum 48K)
All the aliens adopt the same attack strategy... Tedious much sooner than most of its type.
Astroplaner (Romik) (Spectrum 48K)
Makes earlier versions of Orbiter seem like a bun-fight at the village fete.
Tradewind (W. D. Hilltop) (Spectrum 48K)
Too much reliance on luck... The novelty of it soon wears off.
Scuba Dive (Durell) (Spectrum 48K)
This will keep you happy for some considerable time.
Chuckie Egg (A 'n F) (Dragon 32)
A thoroughly enjoyable game that I will be playing many more times.
Jet Boot Jack (English) (Atari 400/800)
This colourful game is of arcade standard... Sound is used well and graphics are noteworthy.
Kamakazi (A 'n F) (Acorn Electron)
With so many good
games in this price range, I see no future for Kamakazi.
Batty Builders (English) (Atari 400)
Batty Builders goes to show that technical expertise is no substitute for imagination.
Meter Mania (Abrasco) (Commodore Vic 20)
A very good game... This stands out from the rest.
Oric Calc (Oric 1) (Oric 48K)
Certain parts were a little slow, but in general I found the program worked well, as long as you kept a clear head.
My Secret File (Mosaic) (Commodore 64)
All good database stuff... The secrecy of storage on tape, with password and security code,
is far better than writing down secrets in a book.
Filmastr (Microdeal) (Dragon 32)
Quite a powerful program for its price, despite being less easy to use than one might wish.
Sort Animator (OIC) (BBC Model B)
A picture paints a thousand words... a graphical
demonstration beats a dozen books.
Editext (Nectarine) (Dragon 32)
Entering text is straightforward, but editing less so... As good a program as you could expect for the price.
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