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Arac (Addictive Games)
A neat arcade adventure with many unusual touches.
Ghosts 'N Goblins (Elite)
Perfect! An outstanding arcade conversion... Addictive and compulsive.
Weird, but addictive... A good shoot-'em-up with many attractive features.
Mission Elevator (Micropool)
A great arcade adventure... Slick in all aspects, colourful and jolly, especially the baddies.
Floyd The Droid (Ariolasoft/Radarsoft)
There's not much variety and the pace is a little too slow. It just goes to show that not all original games are good ones.
Way Of The Tiger (Gremlin)
It may appeal to some, but it's rather repetitive and tiresome... One of the more expensive beat-'em -ups, and it's not even one of the best.
Dragon's Lair (Software Projects)
Graphics vary from average to very good... A good arcade conversion and an interesting concept, which is let down by a few weak gameplay elements.
Knight Games (English)
From when the swords first meet you'll want to continue parrying and thrusting... Plenty of variety, clanking and bashing - don't miss it!
Mercenary: The Second City (Novagen)
Wow! Six quid for the latest installment in the Mercenary saga is a steal.
A simple cross between Paradroid and Impossible Mission, it's an average game which is well packaged.
One of the better shoot-'em-ups on the C64 - lots of good solid blasting for only two quid.
Um, well, it works. It speaks. But as far as I can see, this sort of utility has limited potential and appeal.
The Graphic Adventure Creator (Incentive)
A superlative product made even better... It has already set a new standard on the other micros, and a Commodore version was needed to make the whole exercise worthwhile.
Hunchback: The Adventure (Ocean)
For inexperienced adventurers this would make a beautiful present, but if you're accustomed to the likes of Level 9 it's not going to keep you busy for long.
The Boggit (CRL)
A great, irreverent game.
The Hulk (Americana)
This is an 'old-fashioned' game and for some that will mean it is, by today's standards, a bad one.
Jewels Of Darkness (Rainbird/Level 9)
Level 9's 'Middle Earth Trilogy' upgraded with graphics and the new Level 9 parser... The games have provided adventurers with untold hours of entertainment... and this is the best adventuring bargain out there.
Night Walker (Microclassic)
The board and characters are quite good but the screens are all very similar.
Freak Factory (Firebird)
Slow and boring with blocky sprites and bland backdrops... The obscure instructions make the game unplayable.
Ninja Master (Firebird)
Cheap and nasty. The four events have little to hold interest. Pull your socks up, Firebird.
Video Poker (Entertainment USA)
A terminally boring piece of software. Play it once and it won't darken your C64's RAM again.
Beer Belly Burt's Brew Biz (Americana)
An old and decrepit platform game which has nothing new or exciting to offer.
Formula One Simulator (Mastertronic)
Why Mastertronic have released this mediocre race game when you can buy Digital Integration's excellent Speed King for the same price, I don't know!
This game is a load of rubbish, but it's very enjoyable rubbish and great fun to play.
Jet Strike Mission (Alpha Omega)
Atrocious and grossly overpriced for what it offers. April the first is a long way off, CRL.
I didn't find this very addictive and after playing it for an hour or so it became boring.
Split Personalities (Domark)
Original, funny, playable and very addictive. The characters are all well drawn and the puzzle pieces whizz about smoothly.
Mission AD (Firebird)
Addictive, challenging and very, very enjoyable to play indeed.
Wing Commander (Mastertronic)
An uninspiring and unoriginal flight simulation cum shoot-'em-up.
Danger Mouse In Double Trouble (Sparklers)
A game more suited to smaller children who want an easy game to play.
Caverns Of Eriban (Firebird)
Caverns of Eriban? We wish it would go and get lost there.
Hercules (The Powerhouse)
Don't judge a book by its cover - beneath the awful exterior lies a superb platform game.
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