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Eye Of Horus (Logotron)
Successfully mixes shoot-'em-up arcade-style action with intriguing puzzles and object manipulation to produce an interesting and challenging game.
Slayer (Hewson Consultants)
In a market-place crammed with shoot-'em-ups, it takes a lot to make a decent game... and making a game so hard that no-one can get past level two does little to make it addictive.
The Games: Summer Edition (U. S. Gold)
Humour only occasionally creeps into most sporting sims. But Summer Edition raises a smile for almost every occurrence.
Passing Shot (Image Works)
Its unique game style and easy of play make it one of the most addictive tennis sims out, especially in the two-player doubles mode. It's a lot of fun to play, even if you aren't a tennis addict.
Conflict Europe (PSS)
Extremely addictive, even for players who aren't wargame fanatics... The graphical effects and the whole atmosphere make it exciting and occasionally very chilling, so it's an addictive challenge, especially when full-scale nuclear war erupts.
Strider (U. S. Gold)
A brilliant arcade game... Lots of action and violence and up there with the best of the rest of them.
Rocket Ranger (Mirrorsoft)
Makes a great interactive demo, but as a game it lacks real depth and immediacy... Wonderful to look at, but that's about all.
Xenon 2: Megablast (Image Works)
Castle Warrior (Delphine)
Despite the many different sub-games, Castle Warrior felt very repetitive - if not tedious - and offered nothing new. Another example of good graphics and sound without good gameplay.
The New Zealand Story (Ocean)
Everything about the game radiates cuteness, from the little boys thriving boomerangs to the little chirp that you utter when you lose a life.
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