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Tactical Manager 2 screenshotTactical Manager 2 1995
Now don't get me wrong, because I'm as happy as the next guy to play a footy management game, but I feel I must object in no uncertain terms to the relentless barrage of the things that are being thrown in our direction. Surely there can't be any more variations...


Take 'em Out screenshotTake 'em Out 1989
Ordinary, simple game about shooting the bandits with a choosen gun. Arcade style, similar to Operation Wolf. Nothing special, downlod only if you are really bored. ...


Tasar screenshotTasar 1987


Task Force screenshotTask Force 1993
Action game, with simple graphics and sound. You have to control your team, equip them with various weapons, etc. ...


Team Suzuki screenshotTeam Suzuki 1991
Team Suzuki offers the player the chance to pit their simulated motorcycle prowess against some of the best riders in the world, racing around real tracks too. And thanks to some excellent programming and thoughtful control methods, it manages to be both easy to pick up and genuinely realistic. The game...


Team Yankee screenshotTeam Yankee 1990
Based on the Harold Coyles book of the same name, the game is billed as being 'so real you can smell the smoke'. Well I don't know about that, but it is one of the best tank warfare games I have played. Taking the role of a US Army Captain...


Technocop screenshotTechnocop 1988
The driving section has been well put together - smooth roadway and nice engine noises. Action inside buildings, reminiscent of Death Wish 3, features exploding bodies that twitch post-mortally. The buildings map out the same, so if you can put up with the tacky, gory graphics it's got plenty of...


Technology 2 screenshotTechnology 2 1994


Telekommando screenshotTelekommando 1992


Telekommando 2 screenshotTelekommando 2 1993


Temple of Apshai Trilogy screenshotTemple of Apshai Trilogy 1986
Once there were no Amigas or Atari STs and in that bygone era was born an adventure program called The Temple of Apshai. It followed the general idea of Dungeons and Dragons, with lots of monsters to meet in battle and treasure to be found. TTA has stood the test...


Tennis Cup screenshotTennis Cup 1990
Wimbledon is almost upon us, so what could bo more likely among this month's crop of software than a tennis game. Admittedly most software houses this year don't seem to be interested in sports sims unless the constituents include two teams of 11 men, a leather ball, several thousand trouble-dogged...


Teresa AGA screenshotTeresa AGA 1995


Terminator 2: Judgement Day screenshotTerminator 2: Judgement Day 1991


Terminator 2: The Arcade Game screenshotTerminator 2: The Arcade Game 1993
This is the well known Terminator game, which is similar to the one you saw in the arcade clubs. You control your guns crosshair and have to blast all the enemies around. Very hard, but enjoyable, cool game. You must try! ...


Test Drive screenshotTest Drive 1988
If you usually go off to make a cup of coffee while waiting for games to load, get the kettle on well before you boot up Test Drive. You don't want to miss the loading screens on this one. Never have I encountered a program where the introductory screens made...


Test Drive 2: The Duel screenshotTest Drive 2: The Duel 1989
The Duel is the follow up to Test Drive, a game which aroused some of the most mixed opinions ever witnessed; "Yes, I know the scrolling's slow but look at the cars you get": "Well I think the scrolling's OK, it's the view from the car that spoils it..." Test...


Tetris screenshotTetris 1987
SIimple games are often the most addictive. Tetris is a 3am, just one more game, unbearably addictive product. It was devised and written for the PC by Vagim Gerasimov, a Russian computer programmer. Of course he didn't write the Amiga version - Russian's aren't allowed anything as high tech as...


Tetris Pro screenshotTetris Pro 1993
I must have the world record for having played the most different versions of Tetris. Every month I get sent at least three of the things, and, to be frank, I can't fathom out why anyone would still want to produce more. It's not like anyone's come up with an...


Theatre of Death screenshotTheatre of Death 1993
Theatre of Death. Now if that's not a smart title for a game I don't know what is, it just sets the scene so well. Obviously there's going to be a sort of theatre and some sort of death taking place. And sure enough, that's precisely what happens. The basic idea...


Theme Park screenshotTheme Park 1994
Cards on the table. I am a complete rollercoaster groupie. I have scoured the world from Six Flags Magic Mountain in California to Sydney's Manley Park in an effort to attain the biggest high of all, the adrenalin fix of hurtling down a sheer drop on a driverless train, and...


Thomas Tank Engine Pinball AGA screenshotThomas Tank Engine Pinball AGA 1995
Give kids anything to do with Thomas the Tank Engine and they'll happily play with it all day. Thomas has become the John Travolta of the toddler set. With a toot toot and a hi diddle hey. Thomas's enduring popularity with children of many different generations means that the acid...


Thomas the Tank Engine screenshotThomas the Tank Engine 1992
A nice game with Thomas, the little locomotive. You have to navigate him through the railway and beware of the barriers and other engines. Good graphics, sound and speed. ...


Three Stooges screenshotThree Stooges 1987
It was Moe, he of the pudding basin hair cut that first heard the crying. Pointing the noise out to his two colleagues, they quickly determine that the source is the nearby orphanage. For want of anything better to do, i.e, resting to use actors' vernacular, they go to investigate....


Thunder Blade screenshotThunder Blade 1988
Based on the arcade game of the same name, Thunder Blade is a 3D chopper combat mission with both first-person and overhead perspectives. The chopper you pilot is equipped with a rapid-fire 30mm automatic gun and unlimited air-to-ground missiles. Evil forces have surrounded the cities, infiltrated the forests, and covered the...


Thunder Jaws screenshotThunder Jaws 1991
A bit of a sleeper in its arcade form, Thunderjaws has finally made it to the Amiga after a six-month development time. Unfortunately, though, the premise set by the game's brilliant scenario isn't quite borne out by the game itself. Set in the not-too-distant future, the voluptuous but thoroughly evil...


Thunderbirds screenshotThunderbirds 1989
Thunderbirds was a puppet show apart. Nowadays. Gerry Anderson's creations take their cue from Frank Oz and the Muppets, with pliable faces, no visible wires and voice overs by the likes of Windsor Davies. Back in the 60 s nobody seemed to mind that Batman wore knickers. U.N.C.L.E. got T.H.R.U.S.H.,...


Thundercats screenshotThundercats 1988
The Molemen, agents of the evil Mumm-Ra, have launched an attack on the Cats-Lair and captured all the members of the the Thundercats team. Fortunately, Lion-O was not in the lair when the Molemen struck. ...


ThunderHawk screenshotThunderHawk 1991
It's been a long lime coming but finally a really sensational helicopter simulation has arrived -well almost, it should be released about now. In the past, many a programmer has tried to master what is perhaps the trickiest form of flight, usually with mixed results. In the case of Thunderhawk,...


Thunderstrike screenshotThunderstrike 1991
The first thing that strikes you about this futuristic fight and flight game is its speed. Compared to a flight sim such as F19 or F16 where the scenery scrolls at a fairly reasonable pace, in Thunderstrike your ship, with added turbo boosters, positively scorches across the screen. Even better...


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