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Kick Off screenshotKick Off 1989
Mention the name Anco, and the chances are mental images of scantily-clad poker-playing women will pop into the average games-player's head. This stereotype is not entirely fair - because Anco have released some great titles in the past, including Karting Grand Prix - but perhaps Kick Off will go some...


Kick Off 2 screenshotKick Off 2 1990
One year after an original that set the games-playing world alight, the much-anticipated and much talked-about sequel has made its appearance. Kick Off 2 looks set to follow on from Kick Off, but with a host of new features to enhance the superb gameplay. Question is, has Dino Dim been...


Kick Off 3 AGA screenshotKick Off 3 AGA 1994
Those of you lucky enough to be the proud owner of an August 1994 issue of AA may very well remember Kick Off 3. In fact you might own it, because it's been riding high in the software charts ever since its release, despite being one of the poorest footballing...


Kid Chaos screenshotKid Chaos 1994
So Sonic can't be done on the Amiga, eh? Since Some appeared on the Mega Drive it's been the bone of contention for Amiga kids, jeered at in school playgrounds by smug Mega Drive-owning peers. And seemingly every time an Amiga is mentioned in a Mega Drive magazine it's described...


Kid Gloves 2 screenshotKid Gloves 2 1992
A long, long time ago (well back in 1990, but that is an aeon ago in the fast-moving world of game publishing) the kid with the magic boxing gloves made his debut appearance on the Amiga. He was fast, he was cute and he was colourful. The only reservations that...


Kid Pool screenshotKid Pool 1993


Kikstart 2 screenshotKikstart 2 1987
When Mastertronic started producing budget games, the quality of their games was pretty bad. The game that restored my hope on decent cheap games was Kikstart; it was the first Mastertronic game I played that was worth playing more than once. That was followed by the sequel which was even...


Kikugi screenshotKikugi 1988


Killerball screenshotKillerball 1991
It's a futuristic sports simulator. You have to run on a circle tracks, like rollerball. It has nice graphics, but the gameplay is extremly fast! ...


Killing Game Show screenshotKilling Game Show 1990
Imagine having your body chopped off at your waist, your lower body thrown away, your skin sandblasted off and replaced by armour. You'd have to bounce around on your arms with your head and upper torso parallel to the ground. Of course you would die nowadays, but in the future...


King of Chicago screenshotKing of Chicago 1987
Step into the shoes of a gangster in 1930s Chicago. Capone is dead and now you must defeat his forces in order to take over the city. As a mobster you'll take part in drive-by shootings, bombings, gambling, and bribery of government officials. The King of Chicago can be controlled...


King's Bounty screenshotKing's Bounty 1991
Oh no, not another one. I'm an awful long way short of being the world's biggest fan of these D&D fantasy role-playing things, so after Death Knights Of Krynn I was less than thrilled to get this one to review as well. Imagine my surprise, then, when I found myself...


King's Quest 1 screenshotKing's Quest 1 1987
The first in the King's Quest series may not feature the stunning graphics of the latest addition, yet you'll find one hell of an adventure just fighting to get out! Cast as Sir Graham, your quest is to search the lands of Daventry for the three great treasures stolen long ago...


King's Quest 2 screenshotKing's Quest 2 1987
"Romancing the throne". The king goes to a quest to find a woman imprisoned in a glass tower in a far away land. This episode follows the first episode of the adventure, "King's Quest". ...


King's Quest 3 screenshotKing's Quest 3 1986
If there's one thing the early King's Quest games have got it is superb graphics. I mean, you'll just marvel at them. Don't they just make you desperate to play the buy the game for as long as you possibly can? No, me neither. However they are horribly misleading. The...


King's Quest 4 screenshotKing's Quest 4 1990
"The Perils of Rosella". Princess Rosella has just been rescued from the gigantic three headed dragon by her long lost brother Prince Alexander. All of a sudden, King Graham is stricken by a terrible heart attack. "There is something you can do." sounds a voice from the magic mirror. Rosella...


King's Quest 5 screenshotKing's Quest 5 1991
IF YOU GO DOWN TO the woods today, you're in for a big surprise. At least you are if you happen to be the good King Graham of Daventry. While out on one of his morning constitutionals, an evil wizard by the name of Mordack saw fit to kidnap Graham's...


King's Quest 6 screenshotKing's Quest 6 1994
It's been a long time coming, but Sierra have kept faith with their many Amiga tans and produced a marvellous version that fairly zips along. Rumour has it that the Amiga version has been programmed by a Brit here in the UK and good for them too, for realising that...


Kingdoms of Germany screenshotKingdoms of Germany 1995


Kingmaker screenshotKingmaker 1993


Kingpin screenshotKingpin 1995
The noble sport of tenpin bowling is a game of great skill and determination. You want proof? Only the other day I was searching through the various satellite channels trying to find something of slight interest to watch. Making my way into the foreign section I noticed that the tenpin...


Klax screenshotKlax 1990
Imagine the scene. You've just been given the world's biggest bathroom, and you've got to re-tile it. Just imagine! A bathroom five miles across! Luckily the tiles are one mile across, which makes the task a little easier. Wouldn't it be a great idea for a game? Well, Klax isn't...


Knights of the Sky screenshotKnights of the Sky 1991
Flight-sims - head-up displays, multi-million dollar missiles, laser lock-on, retractable undercarriage, chaff, afterburners... Knights Of The Sky has none of em. In the days before a fully-equipped fighter cost more than a small town and when jet engines were a twinkle in Frank Whittle's eye, prop-driven bi-planes ruled the skies!...


Kristal, The screenshotKristal, The 1989
Most games published by Cinemaware in the '80s used time-honored Hollywood formulas. But not The Kristal. Based on an obscure stage play, it's a LucasArts-style adventure set in a bizarre, under-explained world of beatnik space pirates. Their catch phrase being "go with the flow." As Francis Drake (meant to be...


Krusty's Super Fun House screenshotKrusty's Super Fun House 1993
Ask any Simpsons fan and they will tell you it's not just Bart, Lisa, Homer, Marge and Maggie (the main characters) that make the show worth going to a BSkyB-owning friend's house to watch. It's the subsidiary characters too: people like Itchy 'n' Scratchy, and Krusty the clown. Well, now there's...


Krypton Egg screenshotKrypton Egg 1990


Kult screenshotKult 1989
Subtitled 'The Temple of Flying Saucers' this game has more than your average scenario. It has a whole world built around it: a world which has become divided since The Burn, a world in which Protozorqs and Normals share an uneasy coexistence and where PSI-mutant Normals, Tuners, are despised by...


Lancelot screenshotLancelot 1988
LANCELOT is the latest adventure from Mandarin Software and sadly it signals the end of the company's short but useful collaboration with top adventure writers, Level 9. The game is based on the historical and legendary accounts surrounding King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. Apart from King...


Landsitz von Mortville, Der screenshotLandsitz von Mortville, Der 1988


Laser Squad screenshotLaser Squad 1989
8-bit wargamers received something of a gift a few years ago when Firebird released a 1.99 game called Rebelstar. It became an instant cult hit and fans of the game pestered the author Julian Gollop for more of the same. Laser Squad eventually appeared on the smaller machines and now,...


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