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Auf Wiedersehen Monty (Gremlin)
The game's littered with the sort of visual puns and japes the Gremlin gagsters are famous for, and should you get that far, you'll enjoy every one of 'em.
Battlefield Germany (PSS)
It's not really a game for beginners, but once you've got the hang of wargames, you're sure to want to try this one!
Big Trouble In Little China (Electric Dreams)
The sewer monsters are hard to deal with. The blurb says you have to jump over them as they can't be killed. Poppycock! You can't jump high enough, and it's easier to walk past 'em anyway.
The Crown (Wrightchoice)
A mite over-priced, but for those of you who like this kind of thing, this is definitely the kind of thing you'll like.
Doc the Destroyer (Melbourne House)
An interesting mix of the two types of gameplay - both the hack-and-slash and the think-it-through.
Four Minutes To Midnight (8th Day)
The text is livened up with the occasional UDG, and all in all the program's nicely presented.
Gauntlet: The Deeper Dungeons ()
If you're hooked on Gauntlet, then you've probably already got your fiver put on one side for this... Rollicking good fun - I love it!
Ghost Hunters (Codemasters)
Hardly a huge step forward in Speccy programming, but it's a reasonable cheapie and worth its modest price.
In these post-Uridium days, Gun Runner is scarcely original, but it's a fast, efficient and by no means easy shooter which Cobra fans particularly should take a look at.
Head Over Heels (Ocean)
It may not be everyone's cup of Ovaltine - it's scarcely lightning fast (except where it wants to be) - but it's my bet that Ocean has a real winner here.
Indoor Sports (Advance)
What with World Games, it's been a good couple of months for sports sim fans, and this is definitely one to add to your collection.
If you're into wargaming and think you might want to try a sort of arcade version then this game is for you.
The animation's smooth and there's little or no colour clash. Firebird is definitely onto a winner here.
Knuckle Busters (Melbourne House)
The screen scrolls smoothly and the graphics are large and well-animated.
Koronis Rift (Activision)
This is an excellent game. Obviously a huge amount of work has gone into the plot and graphics.
If Krakout were the only game of this type on the market, I'm sure the flags and bunting would now be out. But it's second and very much second best after Arkanoid.
Legions Of Death (Lothlorien)
The only things missing from Legions Of Death are the legions themselves - nary a foot soldier in sight, they're all sailors! All good fun though.
A faithful, no-frills conversion. It's well up to expectations and a deserved hit for Konami!
It's slow, flickery and prone to crash at any moment, and everything about it is at best third-hand - the sprites, the gameplay, the screens, the lot.
President (Addictive Games)
A great game. Definitely an ego-trip, as you decide whether to be a kind President with a heart of gold, or a tyrannical sadistic psychopath that eats little children for breakfast.
Professional Adventure Writer (Gilsoft)
When you consider the quality of many of today's Quill'd adventures, just think how they'll look when they've been PAW'd...!
Psi-5 Trading Company (US Gold)
Needs a bit of brainpower and a fair amount of playing before you'll really get into it, but put the time aside, 'cos it's a cracker!
The graphics are fab, the ideas bizarre, and the whole is often very confusing, but I predict that you'll be gripped.
Try it! it doesn't take too long to load, and it doesn't take a university degree to understand the rules.
The Sentinel (Firebird Gold Range)
The graphics are totally brilliant, being by far the best 3D effect I've seen on the Speccy, and the digitised or sampled music is great.
The Sidney Affair (Infogrames)
If you like the idea of playing detectives you'll enjoy this one.
Star Raiders II (Electric Dreams)
The graphics aren't all they could be, but the strategy element certainly adds something.
Star Runner (Codemasters)
Clever, simple and well executed... I'm a fan!
Throne Of Fire (Melbourne House)
Great fun, and very good to play - I really enjoyed it and, although I completed it my first time in two player mode, I haven't been so successful in one player.
The rules aren't that difficult to understand, so beginners won't give up in despair, and there's enough in it to give a good strategic puzzle.
Tomb Of Syrinx (The Power House)
Come on CRL! With Mastertronic, Firebird and Codemasters producing some high quality budget games, this doesn't have a chance. Any more like this and they'll be sealing your tomb!
Trivial Pursuit: Baby Boomer Edition (Domark)
Erm, how many Speccy gamesplayers are baby boomers, born between 1945 and 1958? Not an awful lot, I would wager. Still, if you're a sixties freak, you'll love this.
Zulu War (Cases)
Not an easy game, but challenging and absorbing and definitely a good buy for the beginner.
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