|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 1990|
|Original Release Price:||Unknown|
|Market Valuation:||£3.00 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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An adventure in two, very different, parts... Two for the price of one, and you're the one who'll be committing the folly if you don't buy this one.
People who are really good at the hardest shoot-'em-ups will find this right up their street. I, on the other hand, loathe and detest it.
The best compilation I've seen for blimmin' eons. If you don't have any of these games then this is a "must"!
To sum up, Black Tiger is a competent conversion - not quite up to the standard of US Gold's best Capcom conversions, but quite palatable nonetheless.
The ingredients are there, but frustratingly Buggy Boy doesn't quite cut it. For race freaks only, I'm afraid.
Um, "three accurate driving simulations"? I don't think so, I'm afraid! It's a compilation of three very old games - a bad management game, a reasonable management game, and one ancient lorry-driving sim.
Championship Baseball (Alternative)
Firstly, non-baseball fans should steer well clear. Secondly, games like this are notoriously hard to mark and I can't work out if it's been made for the general punter, or for the enthusiast.
This is really my sort of game. The graphics are excellent, and although it's not that hard a game there's a definite learning curve which, surprise surprise, involves some map-making along the way.
Garfield: Winter's Tail (The Edge)
A rather crap follow-up to the first Garfield. Nice graphics, shame about the gameplay.
I suppose on the whole, this game is good news for Gazza fans and tragically forgettable for the rest of us.
Not the most polished of wargames, but certainly flexible. Loads of scenarios give it a long life expectancy, and there are one or two innovative features too.
Joe Blade fans will know what to expect and will probably already have bought it. But others will enjoy it as well - it's clever, tricky and worth your attention.
A monochromatic vertically-scrolling shoot-'em-up with the emphasis very firmly on, erm, aeroplanes. Quite good fun.
An excellent rendition of the comic strip, with one or two gameplay glitches but loads of good puzzles. Arcade adventurers will lap it up.
There's not a lot to this licence. The rooms are fairly limited, the challenge soon wears thin and, although there are Easy and Hard versions, the gameplay is so weak and repetitive that you couldn't really give a monkey's.
The glorious rushing colours of the coin-op are replaced by the Speccy's usual monochrome, although the chequered ground pattern, so effective in giving the illusion of speed, remains intact.
The sequel to Space Harrier. Not awe-inspiring, but hardly disappointing either. It's frantic 3D shoot-'em-up action all the way.
It's not bad value for three quid but such a wrinkly old game that not even a hastily applied bit of Oil of Ulay would make much difference - euthanasia would be infinitely kinder.
The sprites are rather larger here than in that splendid old beat-'em-up Renegade, but overall the game hasn't the same subtlety, or indeed long term appeal.
World Championship Boxing Manager (Goliath Games)
Boxing Manager is terrific - even to me, hardly the greatest fan of boxing there is! Buy it, you'll love it. Despite appearances, a superb management game - versatile and very addictive.
Hurrah! A smooth, large and well-implemented shoot-'em-up, with a great shop sequence and just enough originality to get by. Excellent!
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