|Genre:||Unknown Genre Type|
|Cover Art Language:||English|
|Machine Compatibility:||Atari ST|
|Release:||Magazine available via High Street/Mail Order|
|Original Release Date:||1st October 1990|
|Original Release Price:||£3.95|
|Market Valuation:||£3.00 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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The ultimate 3D experience.
Glorious escapist stuff which had me laughing aloud... and you don't need to be a Python fan to enjoy it. An absorbing game.
Not easy to understand and even harder to play properly, but stick with it - it's a game the size of a planet!
Offers so much action it's bound to appeal to a whole new audience of strategy games enthusiasts.
Make no mistake, no matter who you are you're not going to get far in this game.
Worth the wait, although the control method takes a bit of getting used to.
What a game! The best football sim just got a whole lot better.
An amusing puzzle game... A lot of time has been spent on its design.
A mix of heart-racing action and innovative strategy... You'll keep playing Battlemaster over and over and over again.
If you have a Bond fetish, miss those "all because the lady loves..." adverts and require some serious shooting practice then Sly Spy is just the game you're looking for.
Back To The Future Part II (Image Works)
Whilst the different sub-games sound great in principle, the game is a pig to complete and suffers from an incredibly tough first level.
One of those games you play when you've a few minutes to fill and can't be bothered to get into something too serious.
Good graphics, a variety of rooms, well-hidden evidence and a mountain of red-herrings make this a fatally addictive murder game.
Harley Davidson: The Road To Sturgis (Mindscape)
An unpredictable game... Its wackiness keeps you occupied for ages.
Totally boring... You trudge around the countryside drilling trees, pickaxing houses and checking meadows with the detector... but these items prove to be of little or no use solving the game.
Wildlife (New Deal Productions)
This game is like one of those interminable afternoons out with your parents: you keep wondering when something interesting is going to happen, but nothing ever does.
Might appeal to an ST user with an extremely fertile imagination and a massive interest in football, but no-one else.
The Official Everton Football Club Intelligensia (Amfas)
A football quiz with 1,700 questions. A welcome relief from the glut of mediocre football sims but only the £200 prize money for the highest score acts as an incentive.
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