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ZX SpectrumYour Spectrum (Nov, 1985)
You'll be really knackered when you get to grips with D.T.'s Supertest, it's a real test of skill and endurance not to mention the damage it does to your digits! First off, comes the Pistol Shooting, where you'll need a quick eye and a fast hand to score enough points to qualify. Next up is the Cycle Racing, where you compete against the clock. Actually, it's more of a test to see what gives in first, you, your fingers, or your poor ol' speccy!
ZX SpectrumComputer and Video Games (CVG) (Jul, 1990)
Loads of more-than-playable events which, stuck together in one package, make Daley Thompson's Supertest an extremely good value for money buy.
Amstrad CPCAmtix! (Apr, 1986)
The best Track N' Field type game on the Amstrad.
ZX SpectrumSinclair User (Nov, 1985)
CAN DALEY THOMPSON keep up the pace of Decathlon with his new Super-Test?

There are eight new events with all but one requiring the agonizing bashing technique of successive key pressing or rapid left and right joystick movement for building and maintaining speed.
Commodore 64Zzap! (Sep, 1992)
As with Hypersports, the events wrap round until you fail to qualify, and though it's not quite as playable as that game, DT's Supertest is good fun for a while.
Commodore 64Zzap! (Aug, 1990)
Supertest is only marginally better presented than its predecessor with some Spectrum-esque graphics (why is Daley white?!) and an okay 'Chariots of Fire' title tune. [...] While not as enjoyable as Hypersports [...], Supertest is still well worth a waggle.