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Zeppelin Games Ltd
1988
Arcade: Shoot-em-up
£2.99
English
ZX Spectrum 48K
None

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Nat Pryce
Chris Bourne

Oh no! You've left your handbag in the war zone and you've got to get it back - you just can't live without your Filofax! Well, actually the bag is really a valuable documents case which you need so you can enter the secret enemy laboratory and steal the plans for the new missile.

You've probably guessed by now, having had a gawp at the screenshot, that Frontline is a Rambo clone, in fact it's a very good Rambo clone indeed - so good in fact, that it's even better than the original Rambo, thought that's not saying much.

Frontline is a very professionally (whatever that may mean), presented game, from the neat front end to the smooth eight way scrolling. And there are oodles of great graphics, loads of massacre-able soldiers, tanks and pillboxes to be blasted and acres of landscape to be mapped. It'll take ages to complete and at £2.99 offers excellent value for money.

7/10