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This magazine was released in March 1991. It was included free inside another magazine.

ContentsEdit

NewsEdit

Lynx price leaps down for the second time - (3)

Palace sheds software: Palace Software sold to Titus. - (3)

Joy on a stick: Explorer joystick from Champ - (3)

ECTS party time winners predicted - (3)

Want to buy a software house?: Hewson call in the receivers - (3)

Dinamic step back in time: Mega Phoenix for Amiga, ST, PC, C64, Spectrum, Amstrad and MSX - (4)

Real power can't be given - it must be programmed: The Godfather to appear as separate adventure and action games - (4)

Golly gosh a fabulous new computer game: The Famous Five from Enigma Variations for Amiga, ST, Spectrum, C64, Amstrad and PC - (4)

Danny "Mario" DeVito: Danny DeVito to star as Mario in Super Mario Brothers movie - (5)

Unlucky Thirteen: Floor 13 from Virgin Games / PSI Software - (5)

Bart bananas: The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Space Mutants from Ocean  and Arc Developments - (5)

French Software Industry Awards - (5)

Other Game News

  • Secret Weapons of the Luftwaffe, The Secret of Monkey Island, Heart of China, Space Quest IV, Leisure Suit Larry 5, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Retro - (4)
  • Super Space Invaders, Player Manager 2, Lemmings, Armour-Geddon, Cybercon III, War Zone, Thunderhawk AH-73M - (5)

Go-Global - Leslie Bunder - 2 pages (44-45)

FeaturesEdit

Virtuality - Is This The Real Thing?: W Industries "The Virtuality 1000 SD" - 1 page (2)

Gallup Charts - 3 pages (7,32-33)

All the world's a stage and all the men and women merely games players... - 2 pages (22-23)

Everyone knows that Shakespeare wrote about the seven ages of man - toddler, kiddie, diamond geezer, old bloke and so on. But would you believe the historians at Games-X Towers have just discovered one of the bard's priceless but completely unknown, early scripts - 'The Six Ages of Computer Games Players'.

Street Talk: St Neots, Cambridge - 1 page (26)

Everything you ever wanted to know about Games-X...; Just Who Are The Team? - 1 page (29)

Arcades Extravaganza - 1 page (30)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Tecmo World Cup '90, Hit The Ice, High Impact Football, G-LOC, Hard Drivin', Race Drivin', Final Lap, Final Lap 2

The Really Totally Extremely Undeniably Intrinsically Useful Pages! - 2 pages (34-35)

What do Betty Boo, Rhythm King Records and The Bitmap Brothers all have in common? - 3 pages (38-40)

The answer - computer games, Leslie Bunder finds out!

X-It (Letters Page) - 1 page (46)

ReviewsEdit

Gameplay, Lastability and Presentation are scored out of 20. X-Rating out of 5.

Software Title Publisher Format Reviewer Pg Pg No(s) Gam Last Pre X-Rat
Super Cars 2 Gremlin Amiga Alex Simmons 2 10-11 19 18 17 5
Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge Gremlin C64 Shaun McIntyre 1 12 14 12 12 3
SWIV Sales Curve Atari ST John Davison 1 13 14 14 19 4
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: The Action Game US Gold Master System Alex Simmons 1 14 14 9 13 4
Quest for Glory II Sierra PC Ian Johns 1 15 12 13 15 3
Dick Tracy Sega Mega Drive Alex Simmons 1 16 18 19 16 5
Super Monaco Grand Prix Virgin Mega Drive Uncredited 0.2 17 16 16 18 4
Killing Game Show, The Psygnosis Atari ST Uncredited 0.2 17 17 16 18 4
Gauntlet US Gold Master System Uncredited 0.2 17 14 12 15 3
Prince of Persia Domark PC Uncredited 0.2 17 15 14 15 4
Paperboy US Gold Master System Uncredited 0.2 17 14 12 14 3

TipsEdit

Total Recall - Player's Guide - 1 page (18)

Tip X - 1 page (21)

  • Atari ST - Total Recall, Toyota Celica GT Rally, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Amiga - RoboCop 2, Nitro
  • Spectrum - Dominator

Dr X - 1 page (37)

AdvertsEdit

Amiga Action - page 31

Other CreditsEdit

Deputy Editor

Chris Stevens

News Editor

Nick Clarkson (North), Gary Whitta (South)

Production Editor

Pam Norman

Staff Writers

Alex Simmons, Leslie Bunder, John Davison, Ian Johns, Shaun McIntyre

Contributor

Ed Glinert

Art Editor

Jonathan Ross

Features Art Editor

Fiona Howarth

Assistant Art Editor

Rob Sharp

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