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Turrican II: The Final Fight (Rainbow Arts)
A truly remarkable programming achievement and a great game to play... An original coin-op in your bedroom... The graphics and gameplay will keep you playing forever.
Shadow Of The Beast (Psygnosis)
A big challenge, tough and imaginative... A brilliant conversion... Below ground is a little disappointing but the huge variety of creatures is amazing.
The Curse Of Ra (Rainbow Arts)
A laborious puzzle game.
Night Shift (US Gold)
Toymaking at its best... Thirty levels provide a massive and varied challenge.
Overpriced, lacking variety, depth and challenge.
A superslick conversion... Each game will take about twenty minutes, and defeating all the opposing teams is a fair challenge.
U.N. Squadron (US Gold)
It's not a bad conversion... just a dull one when there's so many better shoot-'em-ups around.
The Mission (Jim MacIntyre)
The Sim City Planning Commission Handbook (McGraw-Hill)
An essential purchase for any Sim City player; it should be looked upon as the Sim City bible.
Loom (Lucasfilm/US Gold)
Graphically and aurally excellent coupled with the superb scene-setting cassette that's included, Loom manages to exude a refreshing innocence reminiscent of the classic Disney films.
A-10 Tank Killer (Dynamix/Sierra)
Thoroughly recommended - it is pure entertainment.
A good interpretation of the board game and is especially useful for solitaire play.
Powermonger (Electronic Arts)
A very good game that has many unique and well-designed features.
While Carthage does have its good points, there are too many design faults to warrant your attention.
The combat is far too simplistic and lacking in any skill or judgement to be of any use to anybody. It reduces the game to a lottery.
Conflict (16 Blitz)
While not striving for a realistic simulation, Conflict is a surprisingly entertaining game of Cold War politics that is easy to learn and available at an attractive price.
Sega Mastermix (US Gold)
If you haven't got Turbo Out-Run and Crackdown, this is a very worthwhile collection; otherwise its value is more dubious with three weak titles.
The Hollywood Collection (Ocean)
This compilation has had plenty of hype, but only Batman stands out as a first-class game. The worst is Ghostbusters II.
System 3 Pack (US Gold)
Unmissable for newcomers with four top-notch games.
Platinum (US Gold)
On both the C64 and Amiga, this is a good compilation and definitely recommended.
The Amiga version is excellent value but on the C64, the only game worth playing is Stunt Car Racer. And a compilation's not worth buying for one game alone.
Full Blast (Ubisoft)
The games here are merely okay, making up a mediocre package. Only Ferrari Formula One really impresses.
Double Dragon (Mastertronic Plus)
Although a fair beat-'em-up, it's not a close enough conversion of the coin-op. The C64 version is pathetic and the Amiga version is far too easy.
Skatin' USA (Atlantis)
There's a severe lack of variety with later levels having only different platform layouts - no new features whatsoever.
Once you've seen the first level, you've seen all the game has to offer.
Caveman Ugh-Lympics (Electronic Arts)
The multi-load system is cumbersome on cassette, but if you've a disk drive and a few friends to join in the jovial Neanderthal action, this is a bargain.
Wec Le Mans (The Hit Squad)
It looked like a budget game when it was released full price... Re-releasing it is just plain embarrassing!
The Games: Winter Edition (Kixx)
The multi-load which is a real pain - you spend more time loading than playing.
Ace/Ace II (Encore)
Neither of these two games are particularly well programmed or enjoyable - you'll load each one once but won't feel compelled to bother again.
Gemini Wings (Mastertronic Plus)
Apart from a lengthy multi-load, the C64 game is technically more impressive than the Amiga one with attractive, detailed backdrops.
Prince Of Persia (Domark)
The best swashbuckling arcade-adventure in ages!
Edd The Duck (Impulze)
The simple concept makes Edd The Duck immediately playable.
Summer Camp (Thalamus)
A fun way to spend many winter nights...! The four levels provide a formidable and varied challenge.
Eswat (US Gold)
A mediocre conversion of a mediocre coin-op.
Masterblazer (Rainbow Arts/Lucasfilm)
An excellent conversion of a somewhat dated game.
A lacklustre conversion of a mediocre coin-op.
A fun little game.
Indianapolis 500 (Electronic Arts)
A surprisingly simple driving game.
S.T.U.N. Runner (Domark)
A graphically good conversion lacking all important fun and excitement. Not so stunning, more medicore.
Battle Command (Ocean)
A playability-packed tactical/arcade stunner!
ATF 2 (Digital Integration)
A dated cross between a sim and a shoot-'em-up that doesn't quite come off due to limited gameplay.
Dragon Breed (Activision)
A seriously flawed conversion... Level one's okay but later levels emphasise lousy collision detection. Variety is fine if you can accept this fault.
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