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An exciting and highly unusual game.
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Not quite a Megagame, but a startlingly lovely platformer all the same.
Corya the Warrior-Sage (The Guild)
Ideal for beginners... There are only one or two mildly difficult problems to overcome in Part One. Part Two is a bit harder, but not much.
The Dark Tower (River)
A rip roaring fantasy romp that should find its way into your collection as soon as possible!
Dizzy Down The Rapids (Codemasters)
This isn't a bad little game - it's quite fun with two players! - but it's a blatant rip-off of Toobin'.
Escape from the Planet of the Robot Monsters (The Hit Squad)
The fast dashabout action really gets the pulse a-racing and the squodgy dollops of humour add a real buzz to the gameplay.
Grell And Fella (Codemasters)
Grell & Falla is full of my favourite things - there are piles of flowers, handfuls of fairy dust, starburst spells, butterflies and ladybirds. What's more, it's a complete riot of colour.
The Lineker Collection (Kixx)
Italy 1990 is a simple, fun little game. The other three are distressingly bad.
Manchester United (GBH)
Nice try, no cigar. It doesn't help that the goalkeepers are so talented that most of the games end up in 0-0 draws.
Puffy's Saga (The Hit Squad)
If you've played Gauntlet before then Puffy will seem slow, jerky and unexciting and graphically far inferior in comparison. I wouldn't bother with it.
Puzznic (The Hit Squad)
A very user-friendly puzzle game... If you fancy yourself as a champ, this could just be the thing to take you down a peg or two.
Seymour Goes To Hollywood (Codemasters)
After the step forward of Slightly Magic, this seems like a bit of a giant and somewhat Dizzy leap back. Of course, that may not bother you at all.
Shadow Warriors (The Hit Squad)
Despite a few nice touches, it's all incredibly repetitive, pretty confusing and definitely uninspired stuff.
Skate Wars (The Hit Squad)
Jerky, boring, crap to control and almost totally pointless.
Snare (Beyond Belief)
I love it... I'm a really big fan of straightforward arcadey games and this is so addictive that I just had to play it until I got to Level 12.
The Spy Who Loved Me (The Hit Squad)
Dismal stuff... The most complicated thing you ever have to remember is whether to go left or right. You'll likely finish the game the day you buy it.
Turbo The Tortoise (Hi-Tec)
A superb game. Best of all are the end-of-level baddies. These gruesome chaps take quite a bit of punishment before they succumb.
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