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92
Amstrad CPCASM (Aktueller Software Markt) (Feb, 1986)
STRONG MAN ist ohne Zweifel eines der besten strategischen Simulations-Spiele, die ich je auf dem Bildschirm gesehen habe. Bravo, GEOFF, Bravo, MARTECH!
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ZX SpectrumASM (Aktueller Software Markt) (Feb, 1986)
STRONG MAN ist ohne Zweifel eines der besten strategischen Simulations-Spiele, die ich je auf dem Bildschirm gesehen habe. Bravo, GEOFF, Bravo, MARTECH!
70
ZX SpectrumYour Sinclair (Feb, 1986)
It's not perfect, but it should keep a lot of people happy with its variety and difficulty. And here's a playing tip - if you really want to build muscles like Geoff's.... do some press ups while the game's loading!
33
Commodore 64Zzap! (May, 1986)
This is yet another joystick mashing game, and I can't say I'm over the moon at the return of the Decathlon type control method; after all, that sort of thing went out of fashion quite a while ago. The game itself is a dull one, with fatty Geoff trolling around making silly noises and fainting whenever the opportunity arose. Even when the game was finally sussed I found no satisfaction in its dull and often boring events. The graphics are very poor -- I didn't know that Geoff was a break dancer; well he seems to be because he does some very good moonwalking! The sound is very grating, with Rob Hubbard's poorest composition yet. I hope that Martech go back to producing classics like Zoids, this is just dire.
33
Commodore 64Zzap! (Italy) (May, 1986)
Non vale lo spazio di una giornata, nemmeno per i patiti del joystick.