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Maupiti Island screenshotMaupiti Island 1990
Jerome Lange returns to solve another engrossing mystery, this time on a tropical island. Some of you may be already familiar with the French private eye's previous case in Mortville Manor (Realm's Adventure Game of the Year in 1990), in which he had to quiz the inhabitants of an old...


McDonald Land screenshotMcDonald Land 1992
It had to happen. As sure as the sun sets in the west, as sure as the stars are in the sky, as sure as you can never find the TV page In your daily newspaper - it had to happen. We've eaten their burgers, we've been patronised by their...


Mean Arenas screenshotMean Arenas 1993
Let me say how marvellous it is to be here tonight to welcome you to this, the first of a new series of the game show with a real mean attitude - the one and only Mean Arenas! You've won the chequebooks, been on the holidays, written off the Mini...


Mega Arts Hockey screenshotMega Arts Hockey 1995


Mega Motion screenshotMega Motion 1994
Mega Motion is not only a clever puzzle game, but also an education in physics and the properties of objects in motion. Static screenshots aren't really going to help you much here, but you need to imagine two balls linked together, with one acting as the anchor while the other...


Megaball AGA screenshotMegaball AGA 1991
I remember my first experience with Breakout game. I was about nine, and it was running on an ancient UNIX server at my Dad's office. It had bog standard ASCII graphics, and no sound, but it hooked me in. There's something about bat, ball and brick gameplay that makes it...


Megalomania screenshotMegalomania 1991
The quest for ultimate power is eternal. Everybody craves it, lusts after it, but only few ever truly attain it. The processes that decide the lucky ones are often heated and frequently bloody. But for those who survive to collect the spoils, the rewards are worth it. Power, control, domination......


Menace screenshotMenace 1988
Oh dear, I've landed myself and others in it once already this year for saying this, but there's no avoiding the fact that Draconia is a quite brazen rip-off of R-Type oh, and probably a couple of dozen other coin-op classics. It almost holds up its hands and screams 'sue...


Mercenary 1&2 screenshotMercenary 1&2 1990
You, the Mercenary, have just managed to get it together to blast away from the hostile world of Targ when a message flashes up on your computer terminal. "Distress call from Eris State President, Dialis Planet 5, Gamma system - the comet Damocles is on a collision course with Eris....


Mercenary 3 screenshotMercenary 3 1991
You know what I think of the people who live in the Gamma system? I'll tell you. The/re a bunch of ungrateful camel spankers. Every last one of them. Thankless lizard baiters. Low down cheating giraffe wobblers, whatever one of those is. And do you know why7 Because after saving...


Mercs screenshotMercs 1991
Six years ago. Howard Powell, the leader of a crack terrorist group, decided it was time to break away from such evil ways. His plan was to form a group of elite mercenaries that would deal only in specialised missions. Since forming the group several years ago, they've not been...


Metal Mutant screenshotMetal Mutant 1991
If anything was ever destined to give you an adrenalin rush, Metal Mutants is it. As one of my all-time favourite games or the Amiga, this Silmarils-developed product was inexplicably kept out of the charts at the time of its initial release. Now is the time for all you sinners...


Miami Chase screenshotMiami Chase 1990
The Codesters are pinning a fair amount of faith on this game, trumpeting it as their first 2-disk game with quotes on the box describing it as 'without doubt Code Masters best game yet'. The plot, however, is far from inspirational, and the inlay is pathetic, furnishing the player with...


Micro Machines screenshotMicro Machines 1993
Okay, honesty time. I don't actually have any fond Micro Machines memories from my days as an ickle person. Never owned a single one. Admittedly, I was into Lego and Transformers in a bad way, so I guess I simply didn't have enough time/pocket money/attention span left over to be...


Microprose Golf screenshotMicroprose Golf 1991
Oscar Wilde said "Golf is a good Sunday afternoon stroll - spoiled", and so, no doubt, it's those people who prefer to sit at home on Sunday and take their Amiga for a brisk walk who will benefit most from Microprose Golf. Golf is not an easy game for beginners....


Microprose Soccer screenshotMicroprose Soccer 1989
The 64 version of Microprose Soccer appeared at the end of last year to great acclaim. It was written by Sensible Software, who have since parted company with the Tetbury-based software house, leaving the 16 bit versions to be converted by the Electronic Pencil Co. There are two basic games you...


Midwinter screenshotMidwinter 1990
Tactical action game, where you have to do some winter movements. For example explore the teretory by ski, shoot the enemy, etc. Also uses 3D vectored graphics! ...


Midwinter 2 screenshotMidwinter 2 1991
The original Midwinter was released around two years ago and was warmly welcomed by the computer press and public alike. Microprose claim to have sold thousands of copies even though after only a few days play, most people found it relatively easy to complete once the gameplay technique was mastered. The...


MIG-29 Fulcrum screenshotMIG-29 Fulcrum 1991
When Domark decided to go up, up and away, it opted to side with the Russians. With MicroProse fighting for Uncle Sam, with the likes of Ocean and EA at their side, the Putney boys plumped for Soviet MiG 29s - and it wasn't a bad choice. Most flight sims...


Might & Magic 2 screenshotMight & Magic 2 1990
Fantasy - the stuff dreams are made of. Another computer swords and sorcery role-playing game hits the Amiga scene. The world of CRON (yes. CRON) is now all of 900 years old. For the first few centuries, elemental beings of pure force warred over it. The earth elemental managed to...


Mighty Bombjack screenshotMighty Bombjack 1990


Millennium 2.2 screenshotMillennium 2.2 1989
This is a game that Activision are not quite sure how to categorise. The fact that it is not easily fitted into a convenient commercial slot is in itself a welcome sign that this is a game completely out of the ordinary. An asteroid has collided with earth, and the catastrophic...


Mind Walker screenshotMind Walker 1986


Monty Python's Flying Circus screenshotMonty Python's Flying Circus 1991
SOME PEOPLE would say that trying to produce a computer game based on a cult TV show is asking for trouble. When that show is Monty Python, it's more like asking for a dead parrot to bo stuffed in your ear. Despite this rather unwholesome possibility. Monty Python is indeed...


Moonbase screenshotMoonbase 1991


Moonshine Racers screenshotMoonshine Racers 1991
IKE AND BILLY-JOE are just two ordinary boys making a living for themselves by transporting home-stilled whisky across State lines for the local bar boss, Old Man Tucker. Things aren't all finger lickin' good though, Sheriff Fat Sam has taken it upon himself to stop this illegal traffic - whatever the...


Moonstone: A Hard Days Knight screenshotMoonstone: A Hard Days Knight 1991
Lightning flashed across the night sky, illuminating the twisted face of the head Druid as he uttered the last words of the spell. He glanced around at the circle of standing stones and as the full moon appeared between the two central silicon pillars he thrust his sacrificial knife downwards....


Mortal Kombat screenshotMortal Kombat 1993
If you read my preview a couple of issues ago or even had only half an eye on the media over the past couple of months you can't have helped but notice that Mortal Kombat means big business. From its humble beginnings as an arcade machine through inadvertent promotion by...


Mortal Kombat 2 screenshotMortal Kombat 2 1994
Let's face it, lovely though the Amiga may be, it's the consoles that steal all the limelight when it comes to games. When was the last time the tabloids printed a picture of a trusty A1200 with the caption "Ban this instrument of Satan now"? Well now all the joys...


Mortville Manor screenshotMortville Manor 1988
And so you find yourself in the mountains, the snow covered manor in front of you gleaming in the morning sun. As you approach, a wolf howls, sending a shiver down your spine, and the bell on the chapel tolls, almost as if in warning. Entering the great building, you...


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