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Phobia (Image Works)
A bit slow, but still challenging to play, particularly if you're a shoot-'em-up freak.
Basically an adventure with little text. Perseverance, examining everything and some luck will get you past all the problems in the end.
Bloodwych (Image Works)
Bloodwych represents the way forward for computer role playing and though the ideas used in the game may not be very original, their implementation is easily the best yet seen on an ST.
King Of Chicago (Mirrorsoft)
An exciting and unusual gameplan bursting with comic interludes... If you're prepared to put up with the agonising waits and put a lot of time into it then you can find a challenge.
Licence To Kill (Domark)
The best of the Bond games to date.
Garfield: A Winter's Tail (The Edge)
A Winter's Tail is split into five separate challenges. Whilst these aren't particular exciting, they are eccentric and the opportunity to kick Odie reinforces some of the classic comic elements of Garfield.
Let Sleeping Gods Lie (Empire)
A typical computer adventure, a nice idea that's executed well, but falls short of excellence.
Astaroth (Hewson Consultants)
Another of those games that you'll only ever play to completion once, but you'll get plenty of enjoyment out of it.
Quite simply, brilliant. You'll be playing this for months.
Sky Fox II (Electronic Arts)
The flight animation is a joy... If you fancy a jaunt through the constellation with occasional skirmishes, this may just turn you on.
Red Lightning (Strategic Simulations Inc)
Another fairly standard war game that's up to the standards of SSI's other war games but not very attractively presented.
Navy Moves (Dinamic)
Navy Moves boasts better gameplay than its army counterpart, but it's still the type of game which is good for a few brief plays but becomes quickly boring.
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