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The One (Feb, 1989)
Sound is fine, with a bouncy, above-average title tune and more than adequate spot-effects. What really makes LED Storm fun though is the combination of the high speed gameplay and well-graded level of difficultly, so things get difficult without being frustrating.
ST Format (Aug, 1991)
LED Storm is a fairly enjoyable overhead racing game set in the future and with some impressive scrolling.
ST/Amiga Format (Feb, 1989)
LED Storm is a vertically scrolling game with super-fast action. The graphics are not exactly mind-boggling and the sound effects will certainly ensure you keep your fingers in your ears, but the action is great. Leaping through a multitude of different levels gets extremely addictive.
Software Creations (Bionic Commandos) have created a good, fast-paced race game. And, while lacking variety, the simple nature of LED Storm keeps addiction levels high and instils a strong compulsion to progress.
Power Play (Mar, 1989)
LED Storm hat ein denkbar einfaches Spielprinzip, das mit ein paar wenig aufregenden Extras angereichert wurde. Seine Stärken liegen in den neun grafisch abwechslungsreichen Strecken und dem flotten Spielgefühl. Wenn man im Volltempo über die Science-fiction-Highways donnert, geht ganz schön die Post ab. Die ST-Version ist sehr sauber programmiert worden: Die Grafik sieht gut aus und das schnelle Scrolling von oben nach unten ist sanft und geschmeidig.
Smart graphics with fast and surprisingly smooth (non-parallax) scrolling. It suffers from the same drastic sideways movement as the Spectrum, although to a lesser degree. The soundtrack fares remarkably well, with the ST's soundchip working overtime.
Atari ST User (May, 1989)
On the whole not overly recommended unless you want a fairly tame car race game to while away a few quiet minutes one evening. Perhaps a good contender for a budget title, but a little too expensive for my taste at £19.99.
LED Storm would make ideal fodder for the Kixx budget label - in fact I'd more than likely recommend it a budget price, but as full-price game it just doesn't make the grade.