Hit Pack #1
Copyright/Publisher: Zeppelin Games, Release Year: 1992,
Genre: Various, Number Of Players: 1 or 2
It just goes to show you, the Codies aren't the only bods to do four-packs.
Here's one fresh from the Zeppelin's country mansion and indoor arboretum-cum-fish
Kenny Dalglish Soccer Manager||
Yes, it's a management game. But it's all controlled with the joystick, and
it's fast and gives you on-screen highlights of the game. If you must
own a soccer management sim, then this is an excellent one to go for.
Hum. Not a simulator in any sense of the word, but a top-down view racing game.
Burn round a well-confusing course, trying to avoid the other peeps.
Not as good as Badlands or Super Sprint, but better than a punch in the
ear from an irate panda.
Mountain Bike Racer||
Again, not really a simulator at all. The task facing you is simple. You
must ride a slightly weedy mountain bike (seen from side away) over
a series of tough bumps.
You also fall off with astonishing regularity. It's difficult, it's not very
addictive and to be honest it's incredibly annoying.
We've got to be talking about the worst game since Crapsoft's Pond
Simulator (and I just made that one up).
Para Assault Course||
Sideways-scrolling waggler. Flap your joystick as fast as you can. Jump
over things, try not to smash your head on any stone walls.
Friends tell me that this is exactly what the Parachute Regiment is like.