|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:||4th February 1989|
|Original Release Price:||Unknown|
|Market Valuation:||£3.00 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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Fab space shoot-out. Death and colour and a big gun. Phooor.
A monochrome screen display and static sprites make it look a very dull game.
The Real Ghostbusters (Activision)
There are nice touches here, but for every plus there seems to be a flaw. An adequate conversion of the TV cartoon but probably one for the fans only.
Reasonable but not awe-inspiring three-part war epic.
Not a bad attempt but a pity that such a promising format should turn into an unremarkable game.
Championship Soccer (STD Software)
An enjoyable football romp. Nothing new, but cheap.
Some of the backgrounds are very nicely drawn, the animation's fine and the sound effects are reasonable.
Cheap 'n cheerful bouncy ball blast-'em-up.
One of the best games ever released, in my opinion, and if you don't buy it, then you're one hell of a mug.
Azimuth Head Alignment Tape (Interceptor Micros)
By determining the angles between which the signal is strongest, and watching a counter reading off the signal, you can adjust the tape head to the correct angle.
Classic car-racing shoot-'em-up which still plays well despite a primitive look.
Trantor: The Last Stormtrooper (Kixx)
The problem with this game is that the action is non-stop, and the backgrounds of underground installations are quite fetching, there's little variation.
Graphically smooth, cleverly designed and very unusual, Pi-R-Squared is worth a look if you're bored with the run-of-the-mill shoot-'em-ups.
Big graphics, lots of detail, great gameplay.
Bigfoot is a pretty minor game, and seems to be very easy to solve. But it's not hideously bad and has a few amusing moments, so check it out if you're starved for entertainment.
Although the play area is tiny and the scroll far from smooth, Navy Moves is far more attractive than most. It's a shame that the playability in part one has been cursed with such a high difficulty level.
A good game, but must have two players.
Not the best game Hewson's ever released. It's by no means crap, it's just not as good as it's hyped up to be.
A jump at the bandwagon which ends up smeared all over the tarmac.
Most of the elements are fine, but the hateful 3D and the fact that it is definitely too difficult at the start put it below games like Wec Le Mans and Enduro Racer.
An enjoyable foray into league management. Perhaps better match graphics for the footy game would have helped.
Describes itself as being the Ultimate Football game, and it's not all that far off.
Renegade 3: The Final Chapter (Imagine)
Compared to Target: Renegade, I find this a little disappointing. The playability seems to have sloped downhill quite dramatically.
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