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Jaguar XJ220 screenshotJaguar XJ220 1992
Probably one of the most successful genres in the Amiga games industry is that of racing games. You only need to take a browse through the racing league to see how many there are and the high quality that exists within. While many companies were jostling for the top position,...


James Pond 1: Underwater Agent screenshotJames Pond 1: Underwater Agent 1990
The world's greatest underwater agent is back! You are a little fishy, the underwater kingdom's answer to Roger Moore. You have twelve missions to complete. The first is to free the lobsters using keys that are dotted around the playing area. The game has wonderful graphics, stunning animation and great...


James Pond 2: Codename Robocod screenshotJames Pond 2: Codename Robocod 1991
Once upon a time there was a game called James Pond, and it was not terrible. Since the game was an unmitigated success the people who made it took the tried and tested, Hollywood approved, course of action and made a sequel. Like most sequels, this one, code-named Robocod, was...


James Pond 3 screenshotJames Pond 3 1994
After defeating the evil Doctor Maybe at the end of Robocod, and taking a well earned holiday in Aquatic Games. James Pond, Millennium's ubiquitous hero, has been called back into service. And this time he's up against his biggest challenge yet. Again. It has to be said that JP3's plot is...


Jaws screenshotJaws 1989
Basically, Jaws puts you in the role of Brodie, the chief of police, charged with the task of ridding the islands of the great white shark. While travelling through a reef, he loses the gun necessary to take out Jaws. With a crew of divers, he has to travel across...


Jet screenshotJet 1988
I must admit I am never one for playing flight simulators, they are normally too difficult to play, sporting awful graphics, bad sound effects and stupid controls. Another reason why I never play flight simulators is that they are so boring - you fly for about half an hour, do...


Jetstrike screenshotJetstrike 1994
Jetstrike is an arcade shoot-em-up which enables you to fly 39 different types of aircraft on over 100 individual missions against the dastardly SPUDD. You get to fly everything from attack helicopters to Stealth Fighters, and Spitfires to stunt planes, with just tow slight catches. Firstly, they have been lent to...


Jim Power screenshotJim Power 1992
More intelligent than Einstein, more muscular than Arnie and sexier than Tom Cruise - but that's enough about me, what about Jim Power? Poor old Mr Power has found himself in the unfortunate position of having to save the Universe. It seems that some demon has taken over the infamous...


Jimmy White's W. Snooker screenshotJimmy White's W. Snooker 1991
WHY ANYONE WOULD want to sit down and watch a televised snooker match is beyond me. I'm sorry, but sitting in front of a small screen, watching two grown (or in Stephen Hendry's case pre-pubescent) men walking around a green table, hitting balls with a stick, for hours on end...


Joan of Arc screenshotJoan of Arc 1989
Just as pretty to look at, and the same fine mix of strategy and arcade action, as the ST. The sound and graphics have hardly changed. Anyone who liked Defender of the Crown will find this much more satisfying. ...


Joe & Mac screenshotJoe & Mac 1992
Well, well, imagine my surprise when I discovered that the aim of this game is to rescue the women folk that have been unchivalrously snatched from their own home village. Cock-a-doodle-doo, I was howled over backward by the originality - or at least I would have been had there been...


Jug screenshotJug 1988


Jump Em screenshotJump Em 1995


Jumping Jack'son screenshotJumping Jack'son 1990
Jumping Jack Son must travel through the strange dimension where the recording is kept, revealing and playing any other rock recordings he can find before the classical instruments destroy them. This is not as easy as it sounds, since the records are all hidden in zones built up of square...


Jungle Strike screenshotJungle Strike 1994
If Zeewolf hadn't been released recently, and Jungle Strike wasn't a sequel, it would have found itself with an easier reviewing flight path. Undoubtedly, Jungle Strike is a fine game which continues in the tradition of Desert Strike's pretty - though not beautiful - graphics, engaging strategies and top boom...


Jurassic Park screenshotJurassic Park 1993
Well, it's certainly a mixed month for Ocean. On the one hand there's the decidedly average Burning Rubber, while on the other there's this. An enormous and impressive computer game version of Stephen Spielberg's latest box-office smashtastic masterpiece Of course Ocean have always been associated with producing games based on films,...


K240 screenshotK240 1994
If you sat down and spent some time with our exclusive playable demo on the March 94 issue of CU AMIGA you'll already know what a great game K240 is, you haven't even seen the half of it yet! K240, otherwise known as Utopia 2, is a massive game, and...


Kaiser 2 screenshotKaiser 2 1987


Kamikaze screenshotKamikaze 1990
Codies perform their old trick of rewriting an ancient arcade classic, just long enough after the official conversion to avoid messy lawsuits and the like. This time it's Flying Shark that gets the treatment, but with an added twist in that each level has a particular mission to complete. This...


Karamalz Cup screenshotKaramalz Cup 1993


Karate Kid Part 2 screenshotKarate Kid Part 2 1987
This familiar but well-done production has you playing the part of Daniel-san in a succession of Karate confrontations and skill-testing interludes. Graphics, music score, and sound effects are nicely done. While the action is two-dimensional (like every other Karate simulation on the market), the body animation is superior, the sounds...


Katakis screenshotKatakis 1988
Those galactic fiends are at it again. You give 'em just enough time to get over your last attack and what do they do? Repair their lasers and start shooting photons at you again. Denaris, previously named Katakis, is US Gold's answer to the hugely popular R-Type. GAMEPLAY Between the ravages of...


Keef The Thief screenshotKeef The Thief 1989
Keef the Thief is a graphic adventure in the traditional role playing mold as seemingly favored by Electronic Arts. The more killing you do, the more experience you gain as a warrior and the same principle applies when you use magic and practice theft. You can find, buy or steal...


Kelloggs Land screenshotKelloggs Land 1994


Kelly X screenshotKelly X 1989


Kennedy Approach screenshotKennedy Approach 1989


KGB screenshotKGB 1992
In Virgin's latest hard-hitting graphic adventure, you play a Soviet agent working for the cause of perestroika. You've been drafted in from the Soviet GRU (the Red Army's Intelligence Administration) to help the KGB (the Committee for State Security) investigate itself. From now on, you're a KGB agent - hut...


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...


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