|Genre:||Unknown Genre Type|
|Publisher:||Sportscene Specialist Press|
|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:||1st March 1987|
|Original Release Price:||Unknown|
|Market Valuation:||£3.00 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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It's not superfast, but it does sport some excellent Uridium-type graphics to compensate for its lack of speed. Farmers should love it - and you may well like it too.
It's unlikely to keep you hooked for weeks, but at this price most Agents wouldn't qive a XXXX for anything else!
There's an additional supply element to the battle, which makes the strategy more sophisticated.
An impressive game, especially for the price. I recommend it.
Dodgy Geezers (Melbourne House)
All good dishonest fun, right down to the Chas and Dave records on the juke box in the Frog and Peach.
It's not really a mapper's paradise - there are only sixteen rooms - but it's the action that counts, and there's enough of that.
A taxing and fast-playing game, with a lot of strategy and some very nice effects.
The graphics are a little weak and sound is lacking - though as this is a secret mission, I don't suppose we can expect drums and trumpets. But even if it isn't going to be considered a classic, it should still give you a lift!
Fist II: The Legend Continues (Melbourne House)
You've got to be faster than the eye can follow, swift as the breeze, and have more strength than an order of curried prawns!
Footballer Of The Year (Gremlin)
Well, Brian, without wishing to put the boot in, let alone brandish the red card, I'm afraid it's not at the top of Division One.
What Gunstar lacks in subtlety, it more than makes up for in high speed action and good graphics, that're wittily presented.
Hacker II: The Doomsday Papers (Activision)
So while the speed freaks won't find much to satisfy them here, more methodical players should have a ball For my money, this is even better than the original Hacker!
Should give you a happy hour or two, if your order's fast arcade strategy.
While it's a real walnut to crack, The Hive is as addictive as you can bear it. Okay, so it's not dissimilar to Elite (You noticed! It was programmed by the very same boffins).
It's a cheapie version of other, far better games, and if you haven't got the dosh, it's a perfectly reasonable substitute.
Impossaball will stretch the bounds of your imagination. You'd have to be a complete bounder not to enjoy it.
The scenario isn't terribly original. But don't let that put you off - I'm sure some people might find these cat-like capers fun!
A game that's more likely to appeal to non-golfers... As a form of computerized cribsheet it's a godsend to anyone sensible enough to avoid golf itself.
It'd be churlish to chastise this cheapie as a cheapskate ripoff, but if you're really interested in the great game, maybe you'd be better off saving your money and going for the real thing!
Legend Of Apache Gold (Incentive)
The game's fun if not stunning, though it's slightly spoiled by lazy screen layout which leaves odd letters and even full stops on their own at the start of a line.
Masters Of The Universe: The Arcade Game (US Gold)
Fans of the original should flex to this one, while even the unconverted should have some fun kicking sand in clones' faces.
Pop out to your local software shop immediately and snap up this little beauty.
Ninja (Mastertronic Added Dimension)
The game keeps crashing and bits of graphics got stuck on the screen - a shuriken I dropped on the first screen hovered in the middle of all successive screens!
This is a really good solid little game, which although not stupendously original in concept (man), is very good value!
Some nice touches, and I like the red herring at the airport (which I can't reveal as I'd like you to get caught by it too), but nothing brilliant and about right for the price.
Peter Shilton's Handball Maradona (Grandslam)
Though the idea is nice, the gameplay is just not gripping enough to prevent the attention wandering and the hand moving closer to the reset button.
Professional Snooker Simulator (Leisure Genius)
Not a bad simulation for two quid. Snooker players'll find it a real bargain.
RAMPrint Interface (Ram Electronics)
The whole package is a pretty good deal - it's a smart idea that really ought to catch on.
If you can afford it, buy it and enjoy. You too can be Sports Personality of the Year.
Whether you think Silent Service is subnormal or sublime depends on you. Like a good book, it takes a while to get into, but once you're there you'll be pleased you made the effort.
If you're a text-only addict you can load up the extra-enhanced text version, and as usual the 128K-ers will get the best of both worlds.
They said it couldn't be done, but take it from me, Space Hairier would've been a fitting name because you won't get much hairier action than flying across the chequerboard Dragon land.
A peculiar little offering, and not one of US Gold's best. It's a bit lacking in the excitement department, with no real goal, like a high score table, or league ladder.
While beginners may find it a little heavy going, old campaigners at this sort of game should lap it up.
A bug occurs if you're killed during a forward roll, which appears to make you hover a foot above the jungle path... I get the feeling that there was a rush to get Tarzan out of the trees in time for Christmas.
Whether you think Tempest blows up a storm or is just wet and windy will depend on how much shooting you can take.
If you're into stunning graphics rather than fast gameplay, this may well be just what you've been looking for.
The graphics are vector plotted line drawings, and represent the aircraft from the film... It's your one chance to pretend you're Tom Cruise too.
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