Steve Davis World Snooker Reviews (Amiga)
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Your Amiga (Jul, 1989)
The games are so similar to their non-computer originators that the game's manufacturer, CDS, should have no difficulty in convincing you that Steve Davis World Snooker is, like Steve, interesting. Even though I haven't won... yet... and my highest break is 8... and the cat's very good at it.
Amiga Computing (Jul, 1989)
A classic game which still looks good after five years at the top. No frills, just an accurate simulation.
The Games Machine (UK) (Jun, 1989)
CDS have been in the snooker/pool business since leisure software began, and this latest is a 16-bit conversion of their successful (both at full- and budget price) Steve Davis Snooker of some years back, with the addition of pool and a few useful features. Since 16-bit games are in relatively short supply (and this one will eventually released for the PC), this is a must for mouse-wielding cue freaks.
Zzap! (Jun, 1989)
Never mind going out and winning matches, this Davis blokey earns quite enough, than you, from software royalties. Ah well, c'est la vie.
Computer and Video Games (CVG) (Jun, 1989)
A difficult, but brilliantly presented snooker game that's bound to appeal to fans of the sport. Those less enamoured aren't advised to queue up for it.
Amiga User International (Jun, 1989)
The king of charisma, Steve Davis, has brought all the excitement and thrills of his unique style across to the computer game. Yes, the game could seem mundane to some, and it must be said that it makes few real advances. Still, I like it all the same, and with all those optional extras it should enjoy a longer than average life span.
Commodore User (May, 1989)
It could have been so good, that's what's annoying. Why oh why did they have to mess it up? Oh well, it's back to the 64 version for me.