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Arcade Flight Simulator (Codemasters)
Good stuff, at least for a cheapie - and you can play with two players as well.
Austerlitz 1805 (Cases)
Dedicated wargamers will lap this one up, and others might do well to try it too.
Bob's Full House (TV Games)
Surprisingly entertaining and challenging computer version of the TV quiz show. Not perhaps a long laster, but great fun in multi-player mode.
Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show (Tynesoft)
A multi-game Wild West jaunt with one accent on fun, and erm, another accent on being a bit crap - and easy. Mind you, young children might find it a bit of a hoot!
The Crash Collection Vol 1 (US Gold)
A mixed bag but five above-average games for 13 quid can't be bad.
Gemini Wing (Virgin/Mastertronic)
A hard-to-see shoot-'em-up. Good scenario, shame about the game.
High Steel (Screen 7)
An appealing idea that just doesn't work in practice. Dull and frustrating.
Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade (US Gold)
Good graphics, puzzling mazes and skillful joystick juggling, all pitched at the right level of difficulty.
Jack The Nipper (Kixx)
Graphics are impressive, with a neat sense of perspective, and the whole thing is fast and furious.
All the old formulas have been juggled around to produce a game that still makes you want to have just one more go.
Licence To Kill (Domark)
Surprisingly playable and addictive Bond tie-in with six separate gamelets, all in a "Vindicatorish" shoot-'em-up mould. Hopelessly unoriginal, of course, but neatly put together.
Masters Of The Universe: The Movie (Kixx)
There are five sub-games in here somewhere, each based on events in the film, but none even remotely interesting.
The New Zealand Story (Ocean)
Totally screwy. Totally wacky. Sickenly cute and rather marvellous. Can I have another go please?
Ninja Commando (Zeppelin Games)
There's just not enough variety in the gameplay to keep you fully gripped, and no amount of brilliant graphics can make up for that. Not, I think, a long termer.
Retarded Creatures and Caverns (Zenobi)
Top-notch stuff. You have to search and examine everything, look in and under things, push, pull, turn and lift everything in sight, and come up with some pretty imaginative solutions to problems.
Roller Coaster (Encore)
Although it's unquestionably an original treatment, I think we prefer our games a mite easier these days - or at least easier to get into. For platformies who like a challenge (and then some) only.
Saboteur II (Encore)
Splendid value for money. For anyone who likes their games big and hard, it's a corker.
Soviet Fighter MiG 29 (Codemasters)
A good try, but defeated, as so often, by the Speccy's manifold limitations. Winds up being pretty rubbishy, actually.
Special Action (Ocean)
Largely, a thinking person's compendium of popular titles. If you don't have the main games, then it's a veritable bargain!
A bit of Breakout, a pinch of Arkanoid and a touch of the Batty's, add some fairly original twists and serve... A very playable little concoction.
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