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After Burner (Activision)
Top-class coin-op conversion destined for the top of the charts.
Peter Beardsley's International Football (Grandslam)
The goalie can't dive. The goalie can't dive. You can't do sliding tackles, or even headers. You can't barge other players.You can't do anything!! No thanks.
Barbarian II (Palace)
An enjoyable slash-fest. But limited exploratory value.
Guerilla Wars (Imagine)
Sound is entirely average, graphics are poor, gameplay is utterly the same as at least four or five other games and the best that you can say is that it is sort of like the Coin Op but so what?
Airborne Ranger (Microprose)
Graphically fair, reasonably complex but rather difficult to control. Airborne Ranger falls a bit uneasily between simulation and arcade game. See before you buy.
Lancelot (Level 9)
Corking Level 9 fare... A thoroughly enjoyable journey into the past. Can you afford not to buy it?
By Fair Means Or Foul (Superior)
It isn't quite smooth or novel enough to make you scream with joy, but it will pass a few pleasant hours of head-punching.
Trivial Pursuit (Domark)
Novel version of a very simple quiz concept.
Motorbike Madness (Mastertronic Added Dimension)
It's pretty blinking difficult to control the bike; it tends to jump suddenly from left to right, rather than coming around smoothly.
It's tremendous fun working your way through the screens, using the anti-grav elevators, blast-away rocks and floating platforms to reach the Tower of Zenith and blow it to bits.
Advanced Pinball (Codemasters)
Frightfully easy and amazingly boring. All you do is watch a little white circle bounce all over the screen doing absolutely no damage to your nerves at all.
Jet Set Willy 2 (Mastertronic)
Famous platforms and ladders game. Looks dated now but is still tricky to play.
Pools (Basic Software Services)
A mediocre pools prediction program. At £79.95, it's hard to judge whether tho author or any purchasers are the more barmy!
Quite a good game and one well worth taking a look at, though the monochrome colour scheme might cause some problems, as it nearly always does.
Power Pyramids (Grandslam)
Not so much Power Pyramids, more Tacky Tetrahedrons.
Technically excellent coin-op conversion of the 3D Pacman game.
A run-of-the-mill historical arcade adventure.
A nice mix of trivia and Greek mythology.
R-Type (Electric Dreams)
Possibly the best space shoot-'em-up conversion ever!
Pretty boring conversion of a pretty boring board game.
Bam! First-class Batman romp scenario. More like the TV series than the comics.
A slightly disappointing conversion of the not-so-hot Commodore 64 game. Hours of sheer boredom guaranteed.
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