|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 October 1986|
|Original Release Price:||Unknown|
|Market Valuation:||£1.50 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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Beyond The Forbidden Forest (US Gold)
Gruesome and gripping, and above all great fun... Makes me proud to own a C64.
A great two player game and real 'fix' for Gauntlet junkies.
Powerplay: The Game Of The Gods (Arcana)
Original, novel, and immensely playable... Although there is no one player option, this is still an essential purchase for Trivia fanatics.
Yet another big disappointment from Bug Byte.
Hollywood Or Bust (Mastertronic)
Nice graphics and sound let down by an unplayable and frustrating game.
The graphics are exactly the same as the Spectrum and Amstrad versions - bland - but the sound is OK. Masochistic platform freaks will love it.
Hole In One (Mastertronic Added Dimension)
The cheapest golf simulation available... but not one of the best.
An unusual blend of three types of the finest genre... Thoroughly recommend it to anyone who likes a shoot-'em-up. Tough, demanding and very playable.
What a load of complete and utter rubbish... Disappointment guaranteed... It's pathetic, treat it like a leper.
Two On Two Basketball (Activision)
A good basketball game which has unfortunately been badly implemented.
A very clever sequel but, as with all sequels, the magic has faded.
Philosopher's Stone (Ariolasoft)
Presentation is good but there is nothing in this game that I haven't seen done better elsewhere.
There's very little atmosphere; the game relies too heavily on its graphics for my liking.
A game for the very young... Doesn't seem to go much beyond settling down in the afternoon, playing with a plastic multy-storey garage, pushing those little cars along going vvvvroooomm, weeeeeeee.
A big disappointment. Far too frustrating to be addictive and severely lacking in playability and interesting gameplay.
Arcana (New Generation/Virgin)
Will appeal mainly to ardent fans of Ultimate's arcade adventures who want more of the same.
Simple to play and mildly addictive, but not varied enough to enthrall for any great length of time. Rob Hubbard sound is fantastic though.
Iridis Alpha (Llamasoft/Hewson)
Another stunning and innovative Minter release which earns itself the position of the best shoot-'em-up on the C64 to date.
A great game for arcade adventurers and shoot-'em-up fanatics alike.
An outstanding race game - the best to date, with plenty of long term challenge for your money.
The cheapest arcade puzzle available and definitely one of the best.
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