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The Atari Times (May 09, 2005)
Also, now that Infogrames has changed their name to Atari and finally did some much-deserved justice to re-releasing many 2600 and arcade Atari games with the Atari's 80 Classic Games package without screwing them up this time around (unlike with their pathetic re-release of Adventure with their previous 10-in-1 compilation, messing up some of the play mechanics and all pretty good), I'd say it's high time to bring out S.T.U.N. Runner again, rather than just being for the Lynx (which our own TAT editor Greg gave a pretty enthusiastic "thumbs up" review for) and the ST computer version (which Greg also gave a rather UN-enthusiastic mention of in his Lynx review).
Commodore User (Dec, 1989)
Stun Runner really is good value for your blasting bucks.
Game play is exciting and very enjoyable. The boost pads (and the "yahoo!" that the craft's driver screams) make S.T.U.N. Runner very fun to play. The first ten levels fly right by and the game does not get terribly difficult until you reach Round 30. The only thing that can really slow you down is running into the objects on the courses like trains and drones. Otherwise, you are free to fly through each track with ease. Overall, S.T.U.N. Runner is an amazing game.
Your Sinclair (Mar, 1990)
It looks very impressive indeed, and is fairly playable, though somehow it didn't really grab me.