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The Never-Ending Story II (Linel)
Level One is just a platform-and-ladders game where your task is to find the exit, level two is a crap driving game... and I can't go on!
Winter Camp (Thalamus)
Get your wellies on, this is fun! With strict time limits, the dramatically varied levels are certainly challenging enough, but frustration is avoided thanks to the continue-play-on-the-same-level feature.
Might appeal to game-players who like very hard, boring games.
Creatures 2: Torture Trouble (Thalamus)
Best game ever... I guarantee you'll be playing Creatures II until all of Clyde's kids have been rescued.
Star Pack (Prism)
Forget its poorer games - the Star Pack is worth it for Dark Fusion alone, especially on disk.
Quattro Fighters (Codemasters)
Certainly worth a look if you don't have any of the games already.
Sports Pack (Prism)
You might as well just ignore the two poor 'Simulators' here and not let them put you off the fun twosome of Water Polo and Alternative World Games.
A useless collection of mediocre games, and even at £3.99, it's not worth the money.
Flight Pack (Prism)
If you already have First Strike, don't bother, but if you haven't Flight Pack is an essential purchase for this game alone.
The Blues Brothers (Titus/Palace)
Wow! The game, like the film, seems destined to become a cult classic...! They're on a mission from God, and with this game they can't lose.
First Samurai (Vivid Image)
An Oriental stunner... The animation on the sword especially impressed me, the way our lad swings his unfeasibly large weapon around makes your eyes water
Rolling Ronny (Virgin)
Unoriginal, but great fun. The multi-load may put some off, but this is balanced by the ease of the first few levels.
Nothing but frustration, despair and boredom here... It's also graphically embarrassing, and so predictable to play, you'd probably rather watch the real thing!
Jonny Quest (Hi-Tec)
Will appeal to arcade adventure fanatics, but I'm afraid it didn't impress me... With only one life, and no game save or password system, you will quickly get bored with the first few screens.
Super Seymour (Codemasters)
A superb game... The Codies have once again taken an old theme, updated it in their own inimitable style, and the result is a game that looks and plays far better than the original.
Double Dare (Alternative)
Poor value for money. Die-hard fans of the TV programme might get some mileage out of this, but no-one else will.
Last Ninja 2 (The Hit Squad)
A game which is both faultless in appearance and playability.
Rainbow Islands (The Hit Squad)
An incredible technical achievement... Go get it now!
Bubble Dizzy (Codemasters)
It may not rank with Dizzy's previous epic arcade adventures but Bubble Dizzy is a fun, well-designed little game, slickly presented with colourful scrolling caverns and a couple of jolly tunes.
Greg Norman's Ultimate Golf (GBH Gold)
A damned good game, but is one flaw short of being 'ultimate'.
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