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Motor Massacre screenshotMotor Massacre 1988
The holocaust has come, laying waste to vast tracts of once beautiful countryside. Out of the devastation emerges a breed of survivors, barbaric in their thirst for power and dominance. To survive even a day is hell. You must compete in the most horrifying carnival of motor destruction ever conceived....


Mousetrap screenshotMousetrap 1987
This is better. Mouse Trap has been around for donkey's years since it's original release by MicroValue (back in 1987, to be exact), and it remains now what It was then, a fun little game. It's a platform game very much in the tradition of Manic Miner, and it's simple...


Mr. Nutz screenshotMr. Nutz 1994
Ocean have been very quiet recently as far as the Amiga is concerned. Even though they hold in their hands two of the most awaited Amiga games to date (Inferno and TFX), for quite a while now we've had little cause to chase the cheeky Mancunans for review software. So...


Murder screenshotMurder 1990
Have you ever watched that TV programme Cluedo? Well this isn't anything like it. Alright, it's a bit similar in that solving a murder is the name of the game. The action takes place in a mansion, with a rather splendid 3D isometric viewpoint of the old pile. You have...


Myth screenshotMyth 1992
For those of you who have upgraded to an Amiga from a C64 within the last two years, you will not fail to remember System 3's masterpiece, Myth. Although the game was also released on the Spectrum, much of the acclaim came from the C64 which set the standard of...


Narc screenshotNarc 1990
As the battle for the Christmas number one slot reaches its climax (as we write), here's another contender from the Ocean stable. It's Narc, the conversion of the Taito coin-op, coded by the Sales Curve team (of Silkworm and SWIV fame). A Narc, as any school boy will inform you,...


Narco Police screenshotNarco Police 1990
Robocop meets James Bond in this horizontal/into the screen shoot 'em up. Drug barons are holed up in an island headquarters and you must lead three squads of Narcotics Police (Narcos to their chums) in an attempt to flush them out and then flush them away. Since the drug dealers...


Nascar Challenge screenshotNascar Challenge 1991
Ever eager to try and be a bit educational as well as witty, perceptive and generally rather fab (and even more eager to use up space). Amiga Action is very proud to begin this review by explaining just who Mr Elliott is, and why Nascar is so different to any...


Nathan Never screenshotNathan Never 1993
An avarage platform / adventure game. I don't like the movment and the scroll. The levels are a little bit empty, but the ingame screens, pictures looks cool (screenshot). Nothing special about that game, but if You need it, here it comes... ...


Naughty Ones AGA screenshotNaughty Ones AGA 1994
On the back of the box, it says 'One of the most spectacular platformers of all time'. What a load of old tosh. I mean, take a look - does the word 'spectacular' leap even anywhere near your mind7 No, it doesn't. Why do people write rubbish like this? Your...


Navy Seals screenshotNavy Seals 1991
For the uninitiated among you. Navy Seals is the title of an all-action war film starring hunky, chunky ex-Brat-Packer, Charlie Sheen, and veteran of the Aliens battle on Acheron. Michael Biehn. Together with the likes of another of Aliens' Colonial Marines, Bill Paxton, they form part of a crack group...


Nebulus screenshotNebulus 1988
Recently, Hewson have been assaulting the Amiga market with some great releases such as Zynaps and Cybernoid. This trend now continues with the release of Nebulus. When I first saw Nebulus it was on the Spectrum, and at the time I didn't thinks too much of it. But now after...


Nebulus 2 screenshotNebulus 2 1991
The music was loud in the intergalactic bar, almost too loud to hear yourself think. But this suited the people who hung out at this seedy joint. Each of them could tell you a story, and all of them thought that they'd had the hardest time in life. Now they...


Neuromancer screenshotNeuromancer 1990
Rather than take the easy option of a straight translation of William Gibson's novel, Brian Fargo and his associates at Interplay have created a whole new scenario based on the cyberpunk plug in, tune out world of electronic mind hacking. Containing many of the features predicted by Gibson, Neuromancer is...


New Zealand Story screenshotNew Zealand Story 1989
The Japanese have some wacky ideas when it comes to coin-ops: take Bubble Bobble, the tale of two bubble-blowing brontosauruses that went down a storm in the arcades and converted very successfully to the computer. Another very wacky idea is to have a little yellow Kiwi, complete with white and...


Nick Faldo Championship Golf screenshotNick Faldo Championship Golf 1993
Nick Faldo MBE is currently the Number One golfer on the Sony World Rankings, and has again won the European Order of Merit. Since this 36 year old Englishman turned pro in 1976, he's won the French Open three times, the Spanish, Scandinavian and European Opens once each, the US...


Nicky 2 screenshotNicky 2 1993
This one's got a bit of a strange story. After rescuing his grandfather in Nicky Boom, the sequel finds Nicky, with his magic goose, trying to rid the forest of the evil witch who has also taken all of Nicky's toys and scattered them everywhere. I suppose that's one excuse...


Nicky Boum screenshotNicky Boum 1992
Bouncy, cutey, platforms and power-ups galore. Although the eponymous Nicky looks as if he has been stretched and battered so his features are a bleeding mass, you get the idea he is supposed to be cute. Basically here is a pleasantly executed, very playable bounce-around with a few neat puzzles...


Nigel Mansell's World Championship screenshotNigel Mansell's World Championship 1992
Only Nigel Mansell's name and licence sells this game, because it's nothing more, just a simple car racer game, like thousand others released on Amiga. Nigel Mansell's Grad Prix was also released on C64 in 1988, so the Amiga version is an updated, enhaced game. ...


Night Breed: The Interactive Movie screenshotNight Breed: The Interactive Movie 1990


Nighthunter screenshotNighthunter 1990


Ninja Mission screenshotNinja Mission 1987
When I saw Ninja Mission on the Atari ST I thought to myself "It's a nice little game, a bit hard, but nice". Unfortunately, on the Amiga it's a case of "Nice graphics, but where's the game?". Yep, Ninja Mission is one of those strange Amiga games with pleasing backdrops,...


Ninja Warriors screenshotNinja Warriors 1989
When you see a game that looks and plays like The Ninja Warriors it's infuriating. If you consider the number of wasted arcade licences you see in any one year it's difficult to see how anyone can have an excuse for not turning in something of this quality. Not only...


Nippon Safes Inc. screenshotNippon Safes Inc. 1993
Adventures - I can remember when they consisted of screenfuls of text, and you manipulated your environment by typing short sentences like GET SWORD or CLIMB ROPE. Then came graphic adventures, basically the same but with static illustrations, but the advent of the 16-bit computer brought on-screen animation and mouse-driven...


No Second Prize screenshotNo Second Prize 1992
This is what all motorcyclists and racing game enthusiasts have been waiting for. I have to admit to being both of the above so as an 'expert' in these fields, I can safely say No Second Prize is a real treat. Thalion clearly demonstrate to Domark and their lousy Hard...


North & South screenshotNorth & South 1989
Re-live the blood 'n' tears of the American Civil War with this humorous and novel arcade action wargame. If 'fun' had a brother then North And South would be him. Comical in every sense, set forth into claimed and unclaimed territory. Tackle enemies on the battlefield by firing cannons, controlling...


Nuclear War screenshotNuclear War 1989
Nuclear war. It's no joke really, until you take fourteen of the world's most prominent leaders, highlight their quirks, give four of them a country each, around a hundred million people, a nuclear stockpile and let them battle it out. You play the world leader, and the aim is simply...


Obitus screenshotObitus 1991
Psygnosis claim "Obitus is a gripping combination of RPG and arcade action." For once they're being too modest. This is an excellent game, the best thing since sliced Bard! In fact, it makes Bard's Tale look positively primitive. Artwork is outstanding, among the best games graphics I've seen. Forward and...


Obliterator screenshotObliterator 1988
Genetically enhanced super-humans were the Earth's emergency defence force, a kind of future SAS. Known as the Obliterators, they had been designed to be alert, brave, swift and above all, very strong. Alas, all but one have now been destroyed during action. When Earth came under attack from the most...


Odyssey screenshotOdyssey 1995
There used to be a sad Saturday night TV show (Animal Man?) in which an American actor could transmute himself into various different animals. It was popular and TV chiefs realised that there was a market for tat action series featuring sun-tanned, sinewy, silver-tongued heroes. These guys were always on...


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