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Commodore 64Computer Gamer (Jul, 1986)
Biggles is an an action game which kept me on my toes all of the time. The range of challenges left me with the impression that I'd been tested to the fill range of my arcade playing skills. Speed, agility, cunning and logical thought are the true armoury which Biggles demands. Never in the field of human conflict has ... Thank you Mirrorsoft for restoring my faith in games based on potential box office successes.
ZX SpectrumYour Sinclair (Aug, 1986)
There's lots to keep you occupied during this joyride which adds a strong strategic element. You've got to pick up a variety of objects to help you on your way and remember not to neglect your friends and allies. Algy, Ginge and Bertie are all ready to climb onto your chopper. Then there's Marie... What? Good old Biggles and a woman? Don't worry! He's only got to deliver her to safety in a convent before he can start bashing the Boche. Eventually you'll reach the secret weapon and then you have to hope that you've got the right people on board and the right equipment. Destroy that and it's back home in time for tea and a crumpet in front of the fire. Wizard wheeze, what? No, sadly not that wizard - more Sorcerer's Apprentice. Biggles it may be - but for me it never really gets airborne.
Commodore 64Zzap! (Jul, 1986)
The film looks great -- unfortunately the game isn't. In fact it's awful. The timewarp game is horrible and frustrating to play, especially the jumping from roof to roof bit -- you just seem to drop off for no reason at all. The other side isn't much better and becomes very dull once you've flown around a couple of times. The graphics are uninspiring and the sound, although not one of WEMUSIC's best, is about the best part of the program. I'd prefer to be a hero elsewhere.
Commodore 64Happy Computer (Sep, 1986)
Wer sich, vom markigen Helden-Motto inspiriert, furchtlos und grimmig entschlossen an den Joystick setzt, ist gut beraten, denn der müde Spielwitz des Programms kann einen ohne weiteres in Angst und Schrecken versetzen. »Biggles« ist eine enttäuschende Mischung aus allerlei Schießspiel-Varianten mit nervtötender Musikuntermalung. Die Grafik muß den Zeitsprung von Biggles mitgemacht haben, den man fühlt sich ins Jahr 1982 zurück versetzt: Klobige Sprites und Ruckel-Scrolling sind angesagt.