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Voyager screenshotVoyager 1989
Twelve years ago NASA launched the deep space probe Voyager II on a mission to survey the solar system and anything beyond it. Since then we've had lots of pretty colour pictures sent via its hugely expensive camera. Incidentally NASA have just realised that by using a $900 video camera...


Voyages of Discovery screenshotVoyages of Discovery 1994
Way back in April 1990 AF gave Pirates from Microprose the once over. It earned 74 per cent which is a fair enough mark, but belied the playability, enjoyment and hours of fun that could be derived from playing the game. It had historical background, geographical accuracy of a sort,...


Vroom screenshotVroom 1992
I've never really liked driving games, but maybe that's because the only ones that I've had a go at have been utter tripe with jerky graphics and awful controls. However, what do you think has transpired? Yes, I can honestly say that I've seen the light Vroom has to be...


Vyper screenshotVyper 1988


Walker screenshotWalker 1993
If ever a game deserved to be described as a shoot'em-up in its purest form, then Walker is it. Dispose of complex control systems, abolish all power-up structures and rage a path from right to left instead of the traditional left to right. What do you get? Quite simply, a...


Wall Street Wizard screenshotWall Street Wizard 1988


Wanted screenshotWanted 1988
You play a wild west headhunter and have to shoot all the enemies. You walk "up" on the screen, but you can't control your walking speed, the game just scrolls the screen. So it's a simple arcade shooter, like 1942, but instead of a plane, you control a wildwest hero. ...


War in Gulf screenshotWar in Gulf 1993


War in Middle Earth screenshotWar in Middle Earth 1988
Mastertronic's latest incarnation of the classic fantasy novel Lord of the Rings is a wargame with a difference. With Frodo and his mates wandering off to destroy the One Ring you just know that if left to his own devices he'd have that ring melted down in no time at...


War Zone screenshotWar Zone 1991
If you can think back a few years and remember the game Commando, you'll probably already know what Warzone is all about. Core Design, the people responsible for the excellent Corporation and Chuck Rock, obviously feel that there's still some life in the old dog. Hopefully, they're right, as Commando...


Warlords screenshotWarlords 1990
When a race becomes a civilisation, there's only one clear path forward: war. Warlords is a fantasy-based war-game. Eight players battle it out to become the ruler of the fabled land of llluria. Each has the same aim: to kill their chosen race of peoples to until they are the...


Watchtower AGA screenshotWatchtower AGA 1996
Remember Commando? Or Ikari Warriors? Two games that caused me to hark back to my eight-bit computing days. Well, Watchtower borrows heavily from this style of gameplay and makes no bones about it. 'A top-down view Commando-style arcade war game!', shouts the press release. But what seems to have been...


Way of the Little Dragon, The screenshotWay of the Little Dragon, The 1987
A game that tries to emulate the original techniques of the karate. Different opponents and background scenes, many moves. Nice graphics in 1987, a good beat 'em up game. ...


Ween screenshotWeen 1992
Before we start I should advise all of you who are expecting any sad attempts at a joke about a game called Ween that you're going to be disappointed. Ween is a perfectly good title and wouldn't dream of making any jokes. It is one of those French RPG thingies,...


Weird Dreams screenshotWeird Dreams 1989
Despite the increased power of machines like the Amiga, games like Weird Dreams are still in the minority. The promises held out to gamers of interactive movies and virtual realities have, for the most part of a year that finally saw the Amiga take off, failed to materialise. Instead we've...


Wheelspin AGA screenshotWheelspin AGA 1995
Rather coincidentally, pretty much the last thing I wrote for The One (apart from the obituary!) was a Work In Progress for this little fella and jolly nice it looked too. Of course, the main problem was that we never actually saw the thing running, and as is always the...


Where in the Time is Carmen Sandiego screenshotWhere in the Time is Carmen Sandiego 1990


Whirligig screenshotWhirligig 1988
When a game comes along boasting four billion sectors, more than a little scepticism creeps into my head (but that's nothing new!). There seems little point in dealing in such high numbers when there will obviously be little variety from the first to the four billionth. On the other hand,...


Whizz AGA screenshotWhizz AGA 1995
Whizz is a fast isometric 3D game, one which would like to think it's a platformer but unfortunately is not. The box proudly states that the game's 3D perspective is the next step toward in platformers. And who knows? Perhaps they're right, but I'm afraid that Whizz fails to deliver...


Wild Cup Soccer screenshotWild Cup Soccer 1994
This is fantasy football in its truest sense, with the player cast as manager of the Bruisers, a team of footy-crazed dwarves. Your task is to guide these stumpy soccer stars to Wild Cup glory in a knockout, knockabout tournament against seven rival teams of assorted mutant rabbits, sheep, bears...


Wild Streets screenshotWild Streets 1990


Wild Wheels screenshotWild Wheels 1991
THE ONE'S FIRST CONTACT with Red Rat software came way back in the early days, when Mandarin Software released the superb Lombard RAC Rally, conceived and programmed by the team. However, the only game that we've seen since then was the technically accomplished International Soccer Challenge (published by MicroProse), which...


Willy Beamish screenshotWilly Beamish 1992


Windwalker screenshotWindwalker 1989
It was not very long ago that software houses discovered" a new form of computer entertainment: "interactive games". Otherwise known as roleplaying games (RPGs), this new type of software featured full interaction between the central character and his/her surroundings and other characters who would appear in the game. The games...


Wing Commander screenshotWing Commander 1992
When Wing Commander first came out it was one of the those advanced texture-mapped, gouraud-shaded games that the Amiga struggled with at the time, and was widely regarded as too slow to be playable. That was mostly because the A500 was still considered to be the most popular Amiga, but...


Wingnuts AGA screenshotWingnuts AGA 1997
Sometimes it takes a newcomer to shake out the doldrums. It seems like everybody these days is obsessed with getting a realtime strategy game to market they used to be obsessed with getting a 3D shooter out, but the release of Doom and Quake changed all that. Along comes the...


Wings screenshotWings 1990
Cinemaware was the Voltron of computer game design in the late 1980s, able to forge an undeniable masterwork from a handful of almost-ordinary arcade mini-games. In the World War I saga Wings, shoot-em-up and dogfight sequences are strung together by the diary of a young pilot. Avoid being shot down...


Wings of Death screenshotWings of Death 1990
Wings Of Death. The name doesn't give away too much. When I told the neighbourhood games testers the name of my new game they all thought it sounded like an aeroplane game - perhaps set in the second world war. Well, NO. Wings of Death is not a war game,...


Wings of Fury screenshotWings of Fury 1990
As the end of the second World War draws near, US Naval forces are clamping down on the Japanese troops. Huge aircraft carriers carrying F6F Hellcat fighter planes cruise the seas closing down enemy encampments. You are a member of the crew on the carrier USS Wasp, one of the...


WinUAE screenshotWinUAE 2012
WinUAE is the best type of emulator in my oppinion, although people say it doesnt run as many games as WinFellow. But I find it much easier to operate and it seems to run most of the game I put on it, even if it does take some time to...


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