|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 1988|
|Original Release Price:||Unknown|
|Market Valuation:||£3.00 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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A collection of games with awful graphics and terrible sound. But Earth Defence has playability the like of which is rarely seen these days. It alone makes a below average compilation into one which is really worth checking out.
Very mediocre 'arcade/adventure' with no adventure to speak of and arcade features you've seen too many times before.
A thoroughly good adventure with something for everyone.
Tediously, terribly, totally, tackily boring. Give it a miss.
Despite being a bit wrinkly, Cauldron still doesn't play too badly.
Cybernoid II: The Revenge (Hewson)
A souped-up, all-new-version of the bestest blaster we've seen on the beermat this year. If all games were this good, I'd be very surprised.
Good looking and good sounding game, fast and hard, but oddly unsatisfying to play. File under 'Good' but not 'Great'.
There are two characters, one of which can only be brought into play once you've a particular object in your pocket and the main character is standing on a special slab. Sadly, this doesn't work! Shame really... the game could have been quite good if you could complete it!
A good ol' scrolly blasterama, done to a turn.
Steer well clear. After five minutes play, struggling against dull monochrome graphics, jerky scrolling, dodgy control and slow response, you'll probably find penal detention a touch more exciting.
Lightning Simulator (Silverbird)
Technically it could be excellent, but as a game it's terribly boring. Fly over this one.
A run-of-the-mill racing game with a Bond licence tacked on.
Not a game I feel I could recommend to even the most hardened of crazy golf fans.
There are better and cheaper home-grown games around, but if you've got three quid to spare then this'll pass several dark nights for you quite pleasantly, I'm sure.
Enjoy a bit of mindless violence on your machine? Beg, steal or borrow a copy of this game!
Head To Head: Pac-Mania Vs. Mad Mix Game
Just the sort of simple entertainment that appeals to us simple souls.
As far as strategic shoot-'em-ups go, this is certainly not one of Mastertronic's best - you'd be better off buying Thrust!
Quest For The Golden Eggcup (Mastertronic)
Text input is simple enough and the game itself is quite humorously written. If you like adventures we think it's probably a reasonably good buy
A brilliant combination of strategy, dexterity and shooting and it has that vital 'just one more go' quality which so many games lack nowadays.
A jolly good blast. Like Nemesis, only more so. Just buy it, it's flamin' great!
A highly colourful 'three games in one' package in which each of the sub games would merit a release on their own.
Skateboard Construction System (Players)
It's naff and, since any games you construct use the main game to run on, even your own designs will be just as unresponsive.
Definitely one for the fans. Fast and furious, but contains very little to make it outstanding.
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