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Desert Burner (Sparklers) (Spectrum 48K)
Good value and as good as some more expensive games I've seen.
Frank Bruno's Boxing (Elite) (Spectrum 48K)
Challenging, well-presented and on this assessment, should keep you busy for a long time.
Hard Hat Mack (Ariolasoft) (Amstrad CPC464)
This is actually impossible to play, because the controls just do not do what they should!
Operation Caretaker (Global) (Spectrum 48K)
It might seem like an unnecessary expense if you don't have loading problems at the moment, but in the long run it could be a very worthwhile investment.
St. Crippens (Sparkers) (Spectrum 48K)
Graphics are uninspired... With better ones and slightly more responsive controls, it would make a decent enough budget game.
Jump Jet (Anirog) (Amstrad CPC464)
Jump Jet is decidedly average... Today's Amstrad software is of a much higher standard.
Richard Adam's Towel (H. H. Towels) (Spectrum 48K)
A read only product... I can assure you that it can be read without error, whether wet or dry.
Mordon's Quest (Melbourne House) (Spectrum 48K/128K)
Old fashioned maybe, but vintage stuff nonetheless.
Catastrophes (Amsoft) (Amstrad CPC464)
Rather predictable... I tried to destroy the aeroplanes by bombing them with bricks rather than bother to construct buildings to be inevitably blown down.
Alex Higgins' World Pool (Amsoft) (Amstrad CPC464)
With an option to use two joysticks, and Amstrad speech synthesiser compatible, this is an excellent program guaranteeing hours of enjoyment.
Mr. Smarty - Mental Arithmetic (Softschool) (Spectrum 48K)
Not recommended... There is nothing in it which not be covered in school and the graphics are not a sufficient gimmick to hold a child's attention.
Abu Simbel (Gremlin Graphics) (Spectrum 48K)
So difficult to play, and so frustrating, that I very quickly lost all patience with it and found myself pulling out the power plug.
On-Court Tennis (Activision) (Commodore 64)
Graphics are excellent... the accompanying instructions are detailed... Yet, although I was impressed, I was far from addicted.
Boulder Dash (Orpheus) (MSX)
The conversion is good, with attractive graphics and sound effects.
Graphic Designer (The Electric Studio) (MSX)
The parts that I could manage to test all worked well enough, but I didn't see anything to
justify the hefty price tag.
Hotch Potch (Mastertronic) (Spectrum 48K)
Fun, cheap and the game concept does come from a popular smash-hit of the moment... Very hard for children, though.
Poker (Duckworth) (Spectrum 48K)
A good, but not outstanding, poker simulation which plays a good game but unfortunately isn't
The Hobbit - Disc Version (Melbourne House) (BBC Model B)
Heavily reliant on disc-usage... The constant accessing is tedious... Pictures are not even all that good... I wouldn't bother rushing out
to buy this one.
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