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Red Heat screenshotRed Heat 1989
East meets West in the fight against drugs. Based on the film of the same name (obviously), Arnie plays a Russian agent who has to hunt down a Soviet drugs dealer. Additionally, though, he must also face the Cleanheads gang, the most nefarious of Chicago's underworld. There are four levels...


Red Storm Rising screenshotRed Storm Rising 1990
As the Iron Curtain finally comes down on the Cold War, out from the deeps of mid-Eighties Reaganesque jingoism sails Red Storm Rising. Based on the techno-thriller by Tom Clancy and Larry Bond, this simulation pits the best of the Russian and US navies against each other in a fight...


Reederei screenshotReederei 1988


Renegade screenshotRenegade 1988
Renegade has been around for what seems an age, yet I'm quite sure that it's never been released on the Amiga until now. The 8-bit versions were reasonable, particularly the sequel Target Renegade. On the Amiga however, it all looks well dated. The aim of the game is to lock the...


Rick Dangerous screenshotRick Dangerous 1989
Firebird's square-jawed hero's debut gets another airing, and he's just as fresh as when he first appeared. Basically an extension of the popular platform genre. Rick takes an Indy-style scenario set over five stages and mixes in some of the most devious traps and pitfalls you are ever likely to...


Rick Dangerous 2 screenshotRick Dangerous 2 1990
After rushing around through all manner of strange and exotic locations, the man they call Rick Dangerous is in need of a rest. It's no mean feat trying to thwart the plans of overweight tyrants and Rick has just fought a long and gruelling battle with just such a blubbery...


Rings Of Medusa screenshotRings Of Medusa 1989
Just a glance trough the heavy-handed text which accompanies Starbyte's latest RPG leads us to believe that R.O.M. is quite a meaty piece of software. Indeed, the quest itself is attractive. You, as Crown Prince of some unknown land, have to deal with one of the greatest adversaries of Greek...


Rise Of the Robots AGA screenshotRise Of the Robots AGA 1994
Well known beat'em up game, which was released on many platforms. This is the Amiga 1200 AGA version, which is almost the same as the OCS version, but takes even more, 13!! floppy disks. Of course you get more advanced graphics, with 256 colors. The game is HD installable (Disk...


Risk screenshotRisk 1989
Parker Brothers' classic board game of world conquest makes its official Amiga debut with four play options and three difficulty settings. Up to six players, computer or human, alternate turns acquiring and defending 42 territories spread across six continents. The object is simple: eliminate all opponents by occupying every territory...


Risky Woods screenshotRisky Woods 1992
OUT OF THE CUPBOARD Every now and then, a game smashes on to our screens from out of nowhere, blazing a red hot trail through the piles of over-hyped software before it. Risky Woods is going to prove to be just that sort of phenomena. The majority of code was finished...


Road Kill AGA screenshotRoad Kill AGA 1994
If the CD32 ate Hovis loaves then Roadkill would be the next best thing, or so we reckoned last month, but just in case you A1200 types don't believe us, here's your version Three disks' worth of racing madness without the violent rendered intro, but with just as much fun...


Road Rash screenshotRoad Rash 1992
What can I say? Road Rash is without any doubt one of the most exciting, enjoyable and easy to play games ever created. As out-and-out motorcycle racing games go, this is way up there right at the very top. But when you add to that the extra dimension in the...


Robinson's Requiem AGA screenshotRobinson's Requiem AGA 1994
Desert Island Discs in space, I thought, reading the blurb on this survival simulation. There you are, government agent Robinson of the Alien World Exploration Dept, on a reconnaissance mission to an unknown planet, when magnetic shields cause you to lose control of your ship and you have to bail...


Robocop screenshotRobocop 1989
The success of the licence clearly has as much to do with the cult status of the film as the quality of the conversions. Robomania looks set to last a long time with a sequel (scripted by Frank Miller) already in the pipeline. It may not be Batman, but it's...


Robocop 2 screenshotRobocop 2 1990
Robocop 2 - if it performs as well as the first game - should help line Ocean's pockets with a fair few squidlies. Just as Robocop 2 (the film) follows the successful formula of the first movie (but not quite as good), so Robocop 2 (the game) offers more of...


Rock 'n Roll screenshotRock 'n Roll 1989
Like an epidemic that resurfaces at irregular intervals, the ball season is upon us again. You know the sort of thing - small ball versus holes, ramps and various ball-breaking devices in a quest to get to the other side. Funny thing about this one is that it has a...


Rocket Ranger screenshotRocket Ranger 1988
It's 1941 and Adolf Hitler is pushing the boundaries of his Third Reich, not just across Europe, but all over the world. His powerful forces run rough-shod over all opposition, but there is one man who may be able to put a stop to his land reclamation - the flier...


Rockstar Ate my Hamster screenshotRockstar Ate my Hamster 1989


Rodland screenshotRodland 1991
Rodland is a cutesy platform game. That much you can see for yourself. You and a chum play a couple of fairies out to rescue their mum from some bad dude. As ever, this involves smacking lots of primary-coloured funny little blobby creatures in the teeth until they cry (quite...


Rotator screenshotRotator 1991


Roton screenshotRoton 1992


Ruff 'n' Tumble screenshotRuff 'n' Tumble 1994
I know that I've said it before, but this game has to win the award tor having the strangest plot ever devised. Ruff (who is the young fair haired boy of the title) enters a fantasy world after playing near a mysterious rabbit warren. When his marble rolls down a...


RVF Honda screenshotRVF Honda 1990
Microprose's new Micro Style label looks set to live up to its name with its first release RVF Honda is so good, it makes you wonder if Microprose are ever going to top it. Knowing them, they probably will quite easily. To shed just a little light on what is...


Sabre Team screenshotSabre Team 1992
Ah, the SAS. After that memorable raid on the Iranian Embassy in London in 1980, the SAS were forced into the public eye and what a shock it was for most people. The most secret of the secret services showed just how big and hard and clever they were by...


Saint Thomas screenshotSaint Thomas 1993


Sarakon screenshotSarakon 1990
A wise man once said: 'Beware of paving stones with mystic symbols.' Under the circumstances, I wholeheartedly agree with him. Virgin's Sarakon could become dangerously addictive for anyone who doesn't initially throw it out of the top window of their flat or office in a bout of frustration. Sarakon offers a...


Savage screenshotSavage 1989
They always say that true love runs deep. It would have to to get me to go down into those dark gloomy dungeons. Still, I expect that Romeo would have done it for Juliet, so what are you waiting for? Get on down there and rescue your maiden - When...


Scape Ghost screenshotScape Ghost 1989
It's not easy being a ghost. To start with, picking things up is extremely difficult, and even when you master the art, most everyday objects are just too heavy to lift. But it has its compensations. The company is great, for one tiling. Well, at least, the lot in my...


Schmutzige Erbe, Das screenshotSchmutzige Erbe, Das 1993


Scooby and Scrappy Doo screenshotScooby and Scrappy Doo 1991
Hi-Tec's range of Hanna-Barbera licenses haven't been anything to get worked up about before now. The average-to-OK Yogi's Great Escape was about as good as they got, with Top Cat, Ruff And Reddy, Defenders Of The Earth and Wacky Races all being a bit on the crap side. I wasn't,...


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