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Koronis Rift (Activision)
It's one of the games of the year. Sufficiently complex, action packed and enthralling.
The best sports simulation on the C64... Fast, smooth and glitch free split screen display... Instant high speed addiction.
Ultimate's worst yet. Vastly overpriced and put to shame by some of the poorer budget games. Far too monotonous, frustrating and hard.
Dynamite Dan (Mirrorsoft)
Attractive, colourful backdrops and sprites make this one of this year's more impressive platform games.
More playable than Ultimate's last two releases but it could, and should, have been better.
Willow Pattern (Firebird)
Effective oriental music and some original gameplay elements but not enough to hold interest for any great length of time.
The Last V8 (Mastertronic)
Excellent static display... Initially, frustration drives you on but it's soon quelled by the game's total unplayability.
A well-constructed game with some good options and 'nice' touches.
A good arcade adventure... Superb 3D effect and good definition and animation on main character.
An average arcade adventure that is just a bit too dull to play.
Fighting Warrior (Melbourne House)
An easy, but uninteresting, game to get into. It would be better off competing against budget software.
Hero Of The Golden Talisman (Mastertronic)
A good arcade adventure. Lots of screens to explore and problems galore.
The Goonies (US Gold)
An average game at an average price. It's crude in appearance and certainly lacking in colour, but has a good standard of animation.
Skool Daze (Microsphere)
Schooldays have never been such fun... Humorous, befitting instructions and many excellent touches, such as the option to rename the characters.
The Advanced Music System (Rainbird)
Get it. Now. In short, it is the system, and no self-respecting C64 owner with half a percent of musical interest should be without one.
Robin Of The Wood (Odin)
An excellent game... Very easy to get into and can be played for ages without getting boring.
Scalextric (Virgin/Leisure Genius)
All the addiction of a good race game with a very good track designer... Enough redeeming features to make it worthwhile.
Seas Of Blood (Adventure International)
Much as I deplore bloodshed, I can't wait to
get back to the keyboard to knock the stuffing out of another over-fed merchant!
What really makes this game special are the graphics plus the 'think' command, which enables you to reflect upon various situations and eventually, if properly used, discover your identity.
Ice Station Zero, Faerie & Quann Tulla (8th Day)
Some of the puzzles are quite original and some of them are also extremely tricky.
A tremendous game... You will find yourself indulging in all sorts of tricks and treats.
Quest For The Holy Grail (Mastertronic)
You may be killed by a large gob of green snot flicked at me by a guard. If you fall over backwards laughing at that type of thing, then go out and buy this game.
The Temple Of Apshai Trilogy (Epyx)
Great! The best graphic role playing simulation on the Commodore. A pleasure to play, from start to finish.
Battle Of Britain (PSS)
A very good product indeed... Devoid of ambiguities, and instantly playable as a result of excellent game design.
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