|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 December 1987|
|Original Release Price:||£1.50|
|Market Valuation:||£3.00 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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Angle Ball (Mastertronic Added Dimension)
A challenging yet simple Pool simulation that will have you right on cue. Very good value.
High action, low cost thrills and plenty of spills.
Yet another Breakout clone, this time in fabby 3D. Great if you like this sort of thing - otherwise avoid.
The Calling (Visual Dimensions)
Good for beginners then, but not much trouble here for you seasoned adventurers.
One of the virtues of this text-only game is the text, which is very well-written and conjures up its own vivid graphics.
If you're into maze games this should provide some fun, but anybody else may find that it looks rather old-fashioned.
A traditional arcade adventure with a bias to the action side and enough nice touches to make it a good budget buy.
One of the fastest-action games I've seen on the Spectrum, and as for the excitement of riding a magic carpet, you can't beat it!
The Forgotten Past (Trevor Whitsey)
The text is the best part of this and, while it's hardly purple prose, it could be described as at least a pale shade of mauve.
Grand Prix Simulator (Codemasters)
The game that tries hard not to look like Super Sprint. Good racey fun but a bit too much like BMX Simulator for comfort.
A well-balanced march-and-blast game with so much chrome it could dazzle you.
An inferior Last Mission clone that's okay for half an hour's blasting, but there's little else of interest.
Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom (US Gold)
Three-part zaparama that's really only worth it for the initial platforms and ladders stage. Proceed with caution.
A nippy little number that'll give plattie fans heavy jungle fever. You'd have to be coconuts not to like it!
The Labours of Hercules (T. Taylor)
A very impressive first adventure from Terry Taylor. I like the way the author's made full use of the EXAMINE command, allowing you to inspect nonessential things like the Lion Gate and the track, as well as all the objects you'll come across.
You may feel differently, but I thought Life-Term was what I'd been sentenced to when I loaded this one up.
A disappointing cartoon tie-in that's too slow to provide long term zapping.
Motos (Mastertronic Added Dimension)
A simple and satisfying game. The 128K music's pretty cool too.
A cracking Spindizzy/Gyroscope type arcade puzzler. Very addictive and easy to play, but beware, it's no push-over to complete.
Not the lengthiest or hardest of games and the vocabulary could certainly have done with being a bit bigger and more helpful.
Super Sprint (Electric Dreams)
In terms of racing games this is an old banger. For addicts of the original only.
Another 'collect the objects' game, similar to many others, but with some interesting and clever features. Good value.
"The most sensational and sophisticated science-fiction arcade game ever made for the ZX Spectrum" is not a bad little shoot-'em-up, with pretty nifty spitting sound effects too.
Trantor: The Last Stormtrooper (Go)
Wonderful entertainment and worth much more than the asking price. Buy it!
It may not appeal to hardened zappers, but I look forward to many a warm winter evening trying to crack the Whitehall code and survive my week in office.
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