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Sinclair User (Jul, 1985)
Firebird disclaims all responsibility for the game and states that the product 'may be copied, lent, hired or transmitted at will.' It also advises action if the programming is faulty - put sticky tape over the lug holes and use it as a blank cassette.
Crash! (Jun, 1985)
‘Fair enough I suppose, perhaps you could give me the names of the authors? I can’t find any credits.’ ‘Too right, John... they said they wanted to be kept out of it, out of the limelight I mean, and for that matter perhaps you could keep Firebird’s name out as well... please.’ ‘Well that’s very modest of you.’ ‘All part of the image you know.’
Your Spectrum (Aug, 1985)
Treat the title of this game like a Government Health Warning ... except this time, take notice of it! Believe me, the Spectrum loading pattern is much more exciting than the game.
Sinclair Programs (Aug, 1985)
Surely games for the Spectrum have not been of a high standard for long enough for the industry to start being smart-alec on the subject? These games were fairly amusing for five minutes on a review copy. Whatever you do, do not buy them.
Bad Game Hall of Fame (Sep 07, 2016)
So, if you were a consumer in the day who didn’t mind your games with a few rough edges, I’d argue that the compilation was actually fairly priced at £2.50! Fido is the stand-out game amongst the bunch, while Weasel Willy walks a fine line along being playable. And if you happen to be a fan of casino-style games, Fruit Machine is there to deliver a thoroughly functional experience. For the modern equivalent of £5.70 / $7.65, you could definitely do a whole lot worse. It’s a surprise that where the game fails to deliver is actually in providing “Five of the Worst Games Ever,” as I can only consider two of the games even contending for that title.
Happy Computer (Nov, 1985)
Spectrum-Besitzern mit Humor sei diese einmalige Kassette ans Herz gelegt, die in England übrigens hoch in den Hitparaden steht. Das sinnige, alternative Geschenk für den Spiele-Freak, der schon alle Top-Hits in seiner Sammlung hat.