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Sinclair User (Aug, 1988)
The most spectacular and enjoyable 3-D arcade adventure ever.
An instant classic on the Spectrum - the game's great wealth of graphic detail is suggestive of a black-and-white movie. As a 128K-only release this has predictably good sound, including a nice tune which can be turned off, and excellent spot FX. Where Time Stood Still is a great game which sets the standard for other "movie" software to follow.
Crash! (Jul, 1988)
A thoroughly engrossing arcade adventure
Your Sinclair (Aug, 1988)
But all in all Where Time Stood Still looks destined to go down as a classic Spectrum game and it's almost certainly the best that's been produced solely for the 128. More of this sort of thing, and the machine will have a whole new lease of life. So get into the realm of the dinosaurs and find out how time flies when it stands still!
Very easy to use and very attractive to look at, WTSS is yet another notch on Ocean's belt of good reputation. Congrats to Denton Designs on an excellent game.
Great gameplay and graphics combine to make an enjoyable arcade adventure. This sort of thing proves there's life in Spectrum yet.
The graphics are great, but the 3D perspective is a little confusing to start with. Gameplay's good (but annoying at times, especially when you're trying to move your character and everyone keeps getting in your way). Overall, an enjoyable game for arcade adventure fans.