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Thing On A Spring (Gremlin)
Music, cute character and gameplay just glue to your seat... Very good use of colour, excellent 'drawing' and animation, marvellous scrolling.
Beach Head II (US Gold)
A fantastic piece of software, one look will convince you. Once seen, it's difficult to put down!
A View To A Kill (Domark)
This seems to have missed its point. Three different games represent poor value where one really good one might have been better.
The Way Of The Exploding Fist (Melbourne House)
Great to play, hard to master... A slick, polished package, fun to play and requiring skill.
Nutcraka (Software Projects)
Cheap-ish for the C64 but still hardly worth it.
Clumsy Colin (Mastertronic)
Funky tune, reasonably jolly. Whizzing round on your bike has never been so much fun.
Jack Charlton's Match Fishing (Alligata)
An interesting game to be commended for trying something new; probably has limited appeal for those who prefer making a lot of noise on the river bank.
By no means outstanding but still pretty good. Fairly simple with minor detail and passable scrolling.
Lands Of Havoc (Microdeal)
A very empty and thin arcade-adventure. The playing area is so monotonous and bland that you won't want to explore too far.
A good arcade-adventure of exceptional beauty.
Dig Dug (US Gold/Datasoft)
A conversion of aging arcade favourite... A touch repetitive but reasonably appealing.
The Rocky Horror Show (CRL)
Pretty awful sprites but above average backdrops... Low lastability and it costs more than the Spectrum version, which is better.
The Scroll Of Akbar Khan (Step One)
The adventure itself is a boring one, lacking in depth, vocabulary and action, and really just isn't worth the money.
Super Gran (Tynesoft)
The vocabulary is extraordinarily limited indeed, and the responses exceedingly unhelpful... What am I supposed to do?!
The Lost City (Step One)
I'm distressed and overawed that such a poor excuse for an adventure is sold at such an incredibly high price as this.
Mordon's Quest (Melbourne House)
Playable and enjoyable enough to be a worthy buy for the explorer who finds the traditional adventure satisfying.
The Zork Trilogy (Commodore)
When you get bitten by an Infocom adventure you won't want to play anything else...!
Pac-Man (Datasoft/US Gold)
It's the best version of Pac Man on the C64... but it's just too late.
International Tennis (Commodore)
The best available to date with well above average animation and use of colour. Playing with a friend is more fun.
Jump Jet (Anirog)
Probably won't even appeal to the average armchair pilot. Below average game at above average price.
The Better Letter From America
Confuzion is the best arcade-puzzle currently available and I recommend it heartily to all arcade-puzzlers or those willing to give it a go.
The Fourth Protocol (Hutchinson)
One of the most impressive programs we've seen this year.
Brian Bloodaxe (The Edge)
At its price it's a steal. The Edge robbing any innocent, unsuspecting C64 gamer.
Jet Set Willy II (Software Projects)
No doubt this will be a big seller, but it certainly doesn't deserve to be. Best value for money in the package is the psychedelic wallpaper that comes free with each game.
Herbert's Dummy Run (Mikro-Gen)
Despite having the same game concept as Pyjamarama, the completely different layout and new set of problems means that this should pose as much of a challenge.
Stop The Express (Commodore)
By no means outstanding but certainly a good little game for the price.
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