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Once the controls are mastered, play is mind-twisting over the fifty levels. A fun game.
Amiga Computing (Feb, 1989)
No Excuses is good fare - varied, attractive, challenging, totally pointless but exceedingly addictive. Despite the controls, it's the sort of game that should get you playing well into the wee small hours and then coming back for more.
Commodore User (Jan, 1989)
No Excuses is fun, but when it comes down to it, it's really nothing more than 50 levels of stand on the right square, press fire, and then stand on this square, press fire, etc etc. That said, it's good for an hour or two.
Your Amiga (Apr, 1989)
Not exactly a bad game, after all it is well put together, but it does leave a little to be desired in the originality stakes. These days it seems that software houses will try to push out any old obsolete game idea under a new disguise.
Zzap! (Mar, 1989)
After struggling with the controls for a few goes, I worked out what was going on. It was that it dawned to me that was no real game to speak of. Move a bit, turn, fire, move a bit, then fire... that's just about it. After releasing the best trivia game available (Powerplay), it's not a good idea to release a sub-standard blasting game such as this at £20! Come on!