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Judge Dredd (Virgin)
A mediocre offering, though Dredd is a good looking sprite, and the falling fatties are a laugh.
Back To The Future Part III (Image Works)
A classy tie-in with lots of humour and variety.
Slickly implemented, very playable shoot-'em-up fare but nothing to set the world alight.
MiG 29 Fulcrum (Domark)
Relatively fast and smooth with a good intro tune and some nice in-game FX... Overall though it's a big disappointment.
Gazza II (Empire)
A fair management game and better than C64 Kick Off II... Worth a look if you really are a footie fanatic.
The Hunt For Red October (Grandslam)
A mixture of relatively good-looking but dated ideas in a sub-standard mix.
The Magic Candle (Mindcraft/Microprose)
A quality RPG... I can't wait for the sequel.
Feudal Lords (Impressions)
Disappointing gameplay, poor game design, a shoddy manual, the game crashes when you lose... need I go on?
Time Thief (Big Sky)
With a wide range of puzzles (some comparatively easy, others pretty tough), beautiful text descriptions and responses, plus all the atmosphere you could wish for in an adventure, this is an essential purchase.
Hatrack II (Heyley)
Anybody with a smattering of programming experience or who has used AMOS will have no problems with Hatrack II. The raw beginner, though, should think twice.
There are too many compromises with reality for Wolfpack to be considered as a true submarine simulation. However, despite this, it's very enjoyable as a 'game'.
Typhoon Of Steel (SSI/US Gold)
Even though there are a number of valid criticisms that can be levelled at Typhoon, the game contains a lot of worthwhile detail and has plenty of ambition with its long-lasting campaign scenario.
Star Control (Accolade)
Personally, I'd say forget about this. There are far more superior arcade games out there which specialise in blasting and maiming.
Huxley Pig (Alternative)
Younger Huxley fans should find it quite fun, if repetitive, while everyone will be amused by the 'flatulent' theme tune!
Kentucky Racing (Alternative)
The only minor amusement comes from the strange shaking movement of the hand before it throws out a ball - a gesture indicative of this lame game's quality.
Winter Olympiad (MicroValue)
There's a numbing lack of addiction in this graphically attractive, but shallow game. Plus loading seems to take forever.
Rocket Ranger (Mirror Image)
Must rank as one of the most atmospheric games of all-time.
Speedball (Mirror Image)
The extremely fast action, in a claustrophonic pitch, where rebounds off the walls are critical, offers simple but compulsive gameplay.
CJ's Elephant Antics (Codemasters)
Without doubt this is the best, original C64 budget game we've seen for years and should kickstart a series to rival the Spectrum's Dizzy mania.
Defender Of The Crown (Mirror Image)
A stunning blend of strategy, arcade action and quality programming (plus a fair bit of sex appeal), Defender Of The Crown is an essential purchase.
Continental Circus (Mastertronic Plus)
The fast racing action is fun while it lasts and the lack of challenge isn't so off-putting to really matter.
The Last Ninja (Summit)
As with all the Ninja games, there's plenty of leaping over rivers and the puzzles aren't massively complex, but this first outing remains an unmissable opportunity for arcade adventure fans.
Saint Dragon (Storm/The Sales Curve)
An okay conversion of a mediocre coin-op.
The Light Corridor (Infogrames)
An impressive amount of slamming walls, electrical barriers, etc... Plenty of challenge... Good light entertainment.
Z-Out (Rainbow Arts)
A first class shoot-'em-up.
A novel and interesting shoot-'em-up.
Total Recall (Ocean)
The Amiga game actually isn't bad but it's completely outclassed by the C64 disk game.
Dick Tracy (Titus)
Look, I know this is meant to be a period piece, but did that have to extend to prehistoric programming?! It's not just bad. It's astonishingly bad.
MUDS (Rainbow Arts)
Although it lacks the strength of the easily accessible basic gameplay in Speedball 2, MUDS is bound to be a huge cult hit.
A game to get tied up in... Difficulty is pitched so it won't be easy, and two player modes are very good.
Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge (Gremlin)
Although playing solo is fun, Lotus is really designed as a two-player game.
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