Another mediocre tape: Hijack (Activision, 8, September 1986 & Summit, 71%, August 1990), Ad Astra (Activision, unrated), Double Agent (Tartan, 8, April 1988), Brainsport (Arno Van der Hulst, YS), demos of Megaphoenix (Dinamic) and Cromwell at War (CCS), plus the regular POKEs program. Toki gets previewed, but never materialises. Mercenary gets rereleased, and the highest possible rating.
The Speccy games scene starts to deteriate - eight full price games, none of them rated above 90%. Also the proliferation of budget licence games and rereleases show that the Speccy's days are numbered... The fact that YS is down to 68 pages an issue isn't a good sign neither...
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Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles/Mirrorsoft
Back to the Future Part III/Mirrorsoft
F-16 Combat Pilot/Digital Integration
Big Box/Beau Jolly
Alien Storm/US Gold
Kenny Dalglish Soccer Manager/Zeppelin
Jocky Wilson's Compendium Of Darts/Zeppelin
Multimix I (Leaderboard Series)/Kixx
Cromwell At War/CCS
Skull And Crossbones/Domark
Frost Byte/Micro Value
Gary Lineker's Hot Shot/Kixx
The Lamberley Mystery/Zenobi
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