This month in... ZZap!64 '88
This issue would see the introduction of a new (potentially controversial) regular section: a roundup of Amiga games.
GO!, a sublabel of US Gold, won the rights to release conversions of 10 of Capcom's upcoming arcade machines.
Mastertronic signed a deal with Japanese arcade company Technos for the rights to all current and future releases. First up would be "Double Dragon".
Julian Rignall and Steve Jarratt visited Britsh Airways' Flight Crew Training Centre to check out the state of the art in flight simulators.
Part two of Mel Croucher's "100 All-Time Computer Greats".
Jon Hare provided a guide to getting the most out of "SEUCK".
- "Matchday II" Ocean - 90% Sizzler "Probably the most accurate football simulation to date, and despite some flaws, is a thoroughly enjoyable knockabout."
- "Deflektor" Gremlin Graphics - 81% "An excellent puzzle game requiring fast reflexes and logical thought."
- "Deja Vu" Mindscape - 81% "Deja Vu can be a mite slow, due to the good old disk accessing, but overall it's a thoughtfully implemented, graphical adventure."
- "Hunter's Moon" Martin Walker/Thalamus - 92% Sizzler "An unusual puzzle/shoot'em up, which may not appeal to everyone, but comes recommended none the less."
- "Inside Outing" The Edge - 85% "A difficult but enjoyable arcade adventure."
- "720º" US Gold - 85% "A faithful and enjoyable conversion."
- "Platoon" Ocean - 94% Sizzler "A superb combat simulation, and simply the best film tie-in to date - not to be missed."
- "Beat It" Mastertronic - 88% "A very original and thoroughly entertaining collect 'em up."