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Sherlock (Melbourne House)
Finally been released six months later than expected. The wait has been worthwhile.
The Wrath Of Magra (Carnell)
Allows the player to develop a comprehensive character whose identity will depend on conscious decisions and choices, not simply programmed chance.
Dyslexia Beater (Dunitz)
A useful learning aid for use either in special classes or at home.
Star Trader (Bug-Byte)
A complex multi-task simulation which may well have you head-banging your Spectrum in frustration.
Castle Of Dreams (Widgit)
The program teaches mapping, and directional techniques, but has extra tasks which can operate on several levels.
The graphics are not as sophisticated as Atic-Atac or Manic Miner but Rapscallion is still a difficult and complex game.
Worse Things Happen At Sea (Silversoft)
Exciting to play, difficult to beat, and unusual in concept.
Crazy Cranes (Voyager)
Like many of these repetitive games, the task can become compulsive though the lack of real variation counts against it.
Double Dealer (MFM)
After a time the whole business seems rather passive, hardly the fantastic, superb and exciting game promised by the hyberbole of the cassette inlay.
Frank 'N Stein (PSS)
The graphics are neat and do suggest a Victorian-style mansion without being over-fussy in detail.
Jack And The Beanstalk (Thor)
Just because a game has pretty pictures doesn't mean it's worth more than a bag of old beans.
ZX Reversi (CP)
Demanding and absorbing, guaranteed to give Othello addicts a good run for their money.
The graphics have a workmanlike chunkiness about them. New screens involve more bees, so the game rapidly develops into a considerable challenge.
Full Throttle (Micromega)
As addictive as any race game on the market.
Whilst difficult and well-made, this does not have the range of screens of Miner Willy's nightmare world and loses out by inviting comparisons.
Fun to play and reasonably priced.
Snowball (Level 9 Computing)
Play it -.you've got a snowball's chance in hell but it's possible you may succeed.
Alcatraz Harry (Mastertronic)
In terms of quality, the game falls way short of what is possible.
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