||Ocean Software Ltd
||70% (Issue 29, p26)
||A neat arcade adventure, but where are The Visitors?
||Atlantis Software Ltd
||73% (Issue 9, p11)
||Tremendous value for 'Trek' fans, generally good value for most players, makes for a good two-players-on-the-same-side game.
||81.5% (Issue 1, p41)
||An excellent program all round, which has gone further with graphics than any adventure game yet, but with reservations about the ultimate appeal of the quest, and an expensive game to buy.
||The RamJam Corporation
||80% (Issue 11, p110)
||Very humorous adventure.
||51% (Issue 35, p37)
||Another slight variation on a rather tired theme.
||63.5% (Issue 1, p92)
||Above average, unusual type of adventure.
||Mastertronic Added Dimension
||58% (Issue 56, p94)
||This game soon loses its appeal.
||92% (A CRASH SMASH, Issue 24, p36)
||A brilliant arcade shoot em up.
||Kuma Computers Ltd
||63% (Issue 5, p100)
||An oddball version of an old game, well implemented but perhaps a bit slow and repetitive for the experienced shoot 'em up addict.
||System 3 Software Ltd
||91% (A CRASH SMASH, Issue 78, p42)
||A brilliant arcade/strategy game. Grab that crowbar and go for it.
|Vera Cruz Affair, The
||85% (Issue 35, p96)
||Good detective yarn.
||69% (Issue 9, p111)
||Well worth considering, generally above average.
|Very Big Cave Adventure, The
||CRL Group PLC
||82% (Issue 32, p64)
||35% (Issue 34, p132)
||Another poker/fruit machine simulator, competent but uninspiring.
||Oxford Computer Publishing
||69% (Issue 15, p14)
||A enjoyable game but apart from the smooth graphics this is a fairly standard version.
|View to a Kill, A
||76% (Issue 18, p18)
||Certainly worth having.
||US Gold Ltd
||86% (Issue 64, p86)
||Excellent graphics and challenging gameplay make this an addictive beat-'em-up.
||59% (Issue 75, p43)
||A reasonable strategy excursion into unexplored historical territory.
||70% (Issue 15, p98)
||Worth exploring, especially for the novice adventurer.
||Imagine Software Ltd
||80% (Issue 57, p20)
||An intriguing mixture of game sections makes The Vindicator good value for money.
||49% (Issue 64, p80)
||This is the most boring game I've played for ages.
||86% (Issue 91, p63)
||Great compilation, representing a landmark in Speccy gaming.
||Firebird Software Ltd
||77% (Issue 55, p14)
||A playable conversion of a 16-bit game. Just slightly too hard to keep you really hooked.
||62% (Issue 7, p88)
||Spectrum Adventure Exchange Club
||65% (Issue 53, p49):
||Doesn't exactly stand head and shoulders above the crowd.
||Martech Games Ltd
||60% (Issue 54, p83)
||After all the hype Vixen has turned out to be quite an attractive little game, albeit with short-lived appeal.
|Viz - The Computer Game
||Virgin Games Ltd
||43% (Issue 90, p47)
||The packaging says 'You'll never play a bigger load of crap!' Correct!
|Voice Editor and File Manager
||(Issue 53, p62)
||This is a very excellent utility.
||Mastertronic Added Dimension
||54% (Issue 43, p23)
||Mixed opinions but generally considered above average - Minter freaks may find it more appealing.
||Thorn Emi Video Ltd
||69% (Issue 1, p34)
||Very good, pity about the lack of sound.
||45% (Issue 12, p80)
||A very large game, but generally below average, especially at the price.
|Vowels of the Earth - Part One
||(Issue 31, p78)
||An extremely useful and professional game which would be of benefit to any child with a spelling problem.
|Voyage Into the Unknown
||9% (Issue 8, p12)
||A waste of money.
||94% (A CRASH SMASH, Issue 39, p72)
||The state of the art in Spectrum wargaming.