|Genre:||Unknown Genre Type|
|Cover Art Language:||English|
|Machine Compatibility:||Spectrum 48K, Spectrum 128K, Spectrum +2, Spectrum +3|
|Release:||Magazine available via High Street/Mail Order|
|Original Release Date:||5th October 1986|
|Original Release Price:||Unknown|
|Market Valuation:||£3.00 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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Like being in an action film. Not a brilliant film, but certainly a good one. Simulation meets adventure.
Beautiful to look at and slickly animated - but with hardly any plot. All dressed up and nowhere to go.
A myth-orientated game featuring Britain for a change. Gentle riddles and faery graphics. Not a heavyweight, though.
A big surprise. It's been converted from the Commodore game, and improved no end. Scrolling blasts are fashionable.
The Sacred Armour Of Antiriad (Palace)
Antiriad is brilliant. It's a tried and tested gameplay, but it's the best platforms 'n' ladders since Dynamite Dan II.
Excellent strategy game. A form of ice hockey, with lots of strategy and lots of speed. Simple, but I enjoyed it a lot.
A classic among classics. The best 3D line graphic game ever. Better than Elite, with the emphasis on action.
An impossible conversion surprisingly well done, the problem may be in the gameplay. The graphics are terrific.
Thanatos is entirely original. The you-as-Dragon role reversal offers scope for lots of fun, torching things and so on. Fine stuff.
The Compliment (Saga Systems)
Four-in-one from Beyond. Three are first class, brilliant and so on. Strongly recommended batch from the heyday of the label.
Quality compilation with all the games well worth another look. Four titles only but good value nonetheless.
They Sold A Million 3 (The Hit Squad)
Fighter Pilot makes this one a winner. As well as that you get some fair bonus titles.
Reasonable compilation of mostly above average games. No real winners but no real 'padding' either.
Quality platforms and ladders with considerable scope for exploration. Entertaining enough to make you want to beat it.
The best thing Ocean's done for ages. Highly imaginative plot, gameplay and graphics. Miss it at your peril.
Although entertaining for a brief time during the shoot-out, it doesn't have an awful lot to offer. On ya' bike.
A piste de resistance of graphic style and aural wit. This new 128K version adds sound and it goes in all in one load.
Red Boxes Starter Pack (Red Boxes)
It's all neatly engineered... and removes many of the problems normally associated with home control. But I doubt if even the sharp marketing image will persuade many people that it is truly useful.
Simple graphics but don't let that mislead you. This is a game for serious arcaders. It's budget brilliance - don't miss it.
Terminus (Mastertronic Added Dimension)
A tried and tested formula of zap, map and explore. It works wonders, though, but there are games of equal value around.
The Happiest Days Of Your Life (Firebird Silver)
Wally meets Skool Daze in a reasonably proficient jumpy-runny-collecty thing. Cheap but, overall, little originality in evidence.
Darts ought to be boring and tedious, but with 180 it has been made funny, exciting and very impressive, a closet hit.
Cheap and cheerful... Worth it even if the challenge is more in its race against time than in the adventure puzzles.
The ultimate test of your reactions. Visually astonishing reaction game utterly, utterly, utterly addictive.
Easily as amazingly mediocre as the TV series from which it's taken... but it doesn't qualify for so-bad-it's-good.
Dragon's Lair (Software Projects)
A big disappointment, having neither stunning graphics or exciting gameplay... And the multi-loads are a pain.
Bubble Bus plays follow-the-Ultimate leader. It's all neatly done but you won't find two original ideas to rub together.
A challenging war game with some unfortunate mechanical flaws. Good for the dedicated wargamer but not for the beginner.
A big adventure, with a good atmosphere and useful graphics... Could have done with more insto excitement.
Fast, funny, zany, wacky, worth it. Buy it before you end up in the harbour with a set of concrete wellies.
The Colour Of Magic (Piranha/Delta 4)
A recipe for entertainment that easily matches the delights of Bored Of The Rings or The Boggit.
If you liked Tau Ceti, Academy will leave you awestruck. One of the best 3D games on the Spectrum ever.
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Droid Zone (Digital Precision)
A stunning and epic sequel to Fairlight, with more of everything from plot to graphics. This one's a toughy.
Sets (Alpha Plus)
Grid, Frame, Truss (S. Okoloku)
Boring Old Font (5th Dimension)
Another example of Gilsoft genius. The Press text compressor completes The Quill system brilliantly.
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