|Genre:||Unknown Genre Type|
|Cover Art Language:||English|
|Machine Compatibility:||Commodore 64, Commodore 128|
|Release:||Magazine available via High Street/Mail Order|
|Original Release Date:||1st May 1986|
|Original Release Price:||Unknown|
|Market Valuation:||£1.50 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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The graphics are very basic and the sound isn't amazing, but who really cares when the game is as good as this?
Nice icon system, "animationally" above average... It's not an exceptional release but it could cause pleasure to fans of this genre.
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A great variation on the trading game theme. Enough variety and depth to keep traders happy for a long while.
There's nothing racey about this race game. Gaudy colours, ineffective perspective and 3D.
This is incredible! The author's a genius! Original, unusual, compelling, varied... When you're bored of life, you'll be bored of Alter Ego.
Doctor Who And The Mines Of Terror (Micro Power)
I really liked this game... Sprites are adequate, backgrounds equally so and could be better, but excellent scrolling.
Just an ordinary conversion of a dated arcade game.
The boring gameplay and difficulty of the game soon gives way to frustration.
Mugsy's Revenge (Melbourne House)
Easy to get into, but not particularly interesting. Don't play it again, Sam.
It's cheaper than travelling to the Superbowl, and just as much fun as the real thing.
A jolly arcade adventure, which is fun to play and offers a fair bit of challenge.
Geoff Capes Strongman (Martech)
Dull backgrounds and equally rancid sprites... The sound effects are just as bad.
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A great challenge and I would recommend the game to avid adventurers, even at the imported price of £49.
Lack-lustre graphics, a small vocabulary, and good ol' American two-word input.
Despite its shortcomings, I had quite a few laughs over this program. If you're not being vapourised by Adolph Eichmann, you're nattering away to John Wilkes Booth (who assassinated Lincoln), or flushing yourself down Stygian drains.
Not a bad game... I mean, after I played Mountain Palace Adventure I really thought I'd never pick up a Duckworth game again!
The disk version has some nice added features, including an optional fast loader and the ability to load the title screen and music separately, or not at all if you want to get down to the game quicker.
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An old but good game at a fair price. Shame about the screen redrawing instead of scrolling.
Cheap, but even a beginner would master the game before long.
Silent Service (US Gold/Microprose)
May have limited appeal but otherwise excellent in every respect.
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