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Omar Sharif on Bridge (Amiga)

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CU Amiga (Aug, 1992)
To be fair, it is an excellent package for the beginner to learn on before he risks going down to the local bridge club to be glared at by real card sharks. The spot effects of Omar telling you how well you are doing are very nice, but get a bit tedious after a while. This program is like a pair of short trousers – you'll grow out of it quickly (unless you are the Art Editor of CU Amiga, that is). If Omar Sharif really plays bridge like this, I'll have to invite him around for a few games at a pound a point...
Amiga Format (Sep, 1992)
The in game options are good, but there's not enough variety in the bidding to make it superb. Plus the computer is slow to think and it sometimes plays like a real fool.
Amiga Joker (Oct, 1992)
Wir hingegen decken nun die Karten der technischen Qualitäten auf, als da wären: Relativ häßliche, aber deutliche Optik, bequeme Mausklick-Steuerung, kultiviert englische Sprachausgabe, jede Menge Spezialoptionen (Tutorial, bis zu vier menschliche Gambler, zwei Reiz-Varianten usw.) und ein etwas konfuses Handbuch, das z.B. wahrheitswidrig behauptet, Omar Sharif's Bridge liefe mit 512 KB. Somit kann das neue Game der auf Karten- bzw. Brettspielumsetzungen spezialisierten Company Oxford Softworks in Deutschland also kaum einen Stich machen – na, Hauptsache Meisterzocker Omar hat für seinen Namen genug kassiert, um sich den nächsten Casinobesuch leisten zu können...