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Klartz And The Dark Forces (Dungeon) (Dragon 32)
Some excellent programming... Each of the five zones is almost a whole adventure in itself... Will keep the adventurer busy for some time.
Cylon Attack (A 'n F) (Acorn Electron)
The 3D graphics are brilliantly laid out, especially taking off and landing sequences.
Operation Gremlin (Oric 48K) (Oric 16K)
Needs careful thought... Makes a pleasant change and offers the chance to exercise your brain as well as fingers.
3D Bomb Alley (Software Invasion) (BBC Model B)
The best game I've seen.. Extremely addictive - I can't stop playing it.
Wilfred The Hairy (Microbyte) (Spectrum 48K)
The concept is a good one, but this isn't up to the standard of finish I expect from a commercial product.
Brag (T. Lebon) (Spectrum 48K)
If you like Brag, this will give you as good a game as most humans.
Hell Driver (Micro Power) (BBC Model B)
I am disappointed with this game... I will stick to Superior's Road Runner when I itch for an
hour in the driving seat.
Mazecube (PAL) (Spectrum 48K)
Very clever graphics... Addictive and unusual, Mazecube is excellent value for money.
Chess - The Turk (OCP) (Spectrum 48K)
What more could you want from a chess program?
Delivery (Quebec Marketing) (BBC Model B)
The great disadvantage is lack of graphics... I can't see the game competing with the rest of the market.
Hoppitt (Warwick) (TI99/4A)
There are five levels, but the fastest is breakneck and I see no point in playing at such a speed.
Radar Defence (Pauline Programs) (TI99/4A)
The "radar" is actually more of a gimmick than any real help, often pointing in the wrong direction.
Fun Pac 3 (Virgin) (TI99/4A)
With full instructions on a leaflet and on screen, I found this collection entertaining and good fun.
Floor Planner (B. Jackson) (TI99/4A)
Although the programmer has obviously put a lot of thought into this, the attentions might have been more fruitfully applied elsewhere.
Bar Graph (B. Jackson) (TI99/4A)
Calculations are done surprisingly quickly.
Eskimo Eddie (Ocean) (Spectrum 48K)
It lacks the addictive quality of its arcade cousin because every time you flatten a bug, he comes back immediately, and very angry, making the game rather pointless.
Brad Blasts The Galactic Barbarians (Express Marketing) (Spectrum 48K)
Unfortunately, the memory devoted to the length of the mission is at the expense of smooth graphics.
Winged Warlords (CDS) (Spectrum 16K/48K)
The original Joust idea is very well reproduced here.
Thunderhawks (Lyversoft) (Spectrum 48K)
It's the most user-unfriendly game of its kind. Pity.
Pedro (Spectrum 48K) (Spectrum 48K)
A very good game, but not the best I have seen from the Imagine stable.
Sprint (Oasis) (Dragon 32)
Using Sprint is not easy and I wouldn't recommend this for the faint-hearted.
Tasword (Tasman) (Spectrum 48K)
Without doubt, the best utility I have reviewed for the Spectrum.
Finance Manager - Plus 80 (OCP) (Spectrum 48K)
Superbly produced, fast, well-documented and user-friendly.
Machine Code Test Tool (OCP) (Spectrum 16K/48K)
You won't rush out and write Manic Miner after using this but, used with OCP's Editor/Assembler, MCTT will help when you reach that standard.
Full Screen Editor/Assembler (OCP) (Spectrum 16K/48K)
Impressive, well-documented and real value, it also includes a character generation program.
Dragon Digits (Dungeon) (Dragon 32/64)
The games are well linked with good instructions and have educational value, but there are few graphics and they are rather uninspired.
Educational Compendium (Orwin) (Spectrum 16K)
76% Overall. Quite good value.
Map References (LVL) (BBC Model B)
Instructions are clear and concise and both programs achieve their aim quite well.
Goldilocks (Five Ways/Arrow) (Spectrum 48K)
The aims are to introduce words, practise reading from left to right, develop understanding of how words form sentences, introduce punctuation marks and to improve hand-eye co-ordination.
First Numbers (Dungeon) (Dragon 32/64)
These programs are very good value and will benefit young children.
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