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ZX SpectrumYour Sinclair (Jan, 1992)
Yes, I enjoyed Neighbours. Oh, sure, it's a bit crap. The pictures of the stars which appear on the monitors are perfectly dreadful and completely unrecognisable. But then again, so are most of the cast. So I suppose it's okay. But playability is good, graphics are smooth and, cos it's tough, there's plenty of mileage in it. So it's er, beaut, ripper, bonzer and um, arvo.
Commodore 64Commodore Format (Sep, 1993)
Peculiar skate boarding antics with the Ramsey Street lads and lasses from down under.
Commodore 64Commodore Format (Feb, 1992)
Technically, it's smooth enough, and there's a nice jingle to go with the game. As a skateboard race game it's all good fun, and pretty damed addictive, but you'd find it hard to really justify the asking price.
ZX SpectrumSinclair User (Mar, 1992)
For a full price game, Neighbours is as enjoyable as listening to Dorothy Burke for one whole TV episode. A two-player option might have saved tis somewhat, but if it were my money, I'd go for something that would last a couple of weeks rather than a couple of hours. One for the budget label perhaps?
Commodore 64Commodore Force (Oct, 1993)
This curious license is an even curiouser game. It's an isometric 3D racer - of all things. No teenage problems or parent/son/daughter confrontations in sight.
ZX SpectrumCrash! (Jan, 1992)
I can't say Neighbours, the game, particularly impressed me. I've watched the TV show a couple of times and didn't recognise any of the character sprites in the game. Its the type of terribly simple game where you just rush around avoiding obstacles. In short, Neighbours wouldn't be good value for money even on a budget label, at full price its a rip-off.