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Hurray for a new concept, well executed.
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The game is fun to play but presents no new challenge and is overpriced.
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You will either be really challenged or disgusted by your own ineptitude in getting going.
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The Rocky Horror Show (CRL) (Amstrad CPC464)
A cut above the average game of the film and well worth considering.
Pole Position (Atarisoft) (Spectrum 48K)
The pace is sufficiently frantic to keep you interested for a while - just getting past the qualifying round took me ages.
Jigsaw (Vidipix) (Dragon 32)
A pleasant change from the usual run-of-the-mill games and Vidipix should be heartily congratulated.
North Sea Bullion Adventure (Kuma Computers) (Amstrad CPC464)
The program may be cheap, but it is still not good value for money.
Shadow Of The Bear (Kuma Computers) (Amstrad CPC464)
Accidentally keep your hand on the Return key and you could spend the next five minutes watching the program going round and round in circles!
Mayday (Bevan) (BBC Model B)
Despite the game's lack of any real complexity or dynamic frontier-smashing programming, it's addictive too.
Combat Air Patrol (Vidipix) (Dragon 32)
The program overall is fair, but I did not find it particularly entertaining.
Aabatron (Bevan) (BBC/Electron)
Despite the game's lack of any real complexity or dynamic frontier-smashing programming, it's addictive.
One Last Game (Bevan Technology) (BBC/Electron)
Good basic fun but also just tricky enough to impel you to mutter "One last game!" as you fire up for yet another wave of those aliens.
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