Unless otherwise stated this review is not affiliated with any other website nor has the review been authorised by the copyright company or indiviudal author. As of 17th July 2017 this encompasses every review within ZXSR. If you would like this or any other review removed from this website, please contact the website administrator here.

Ian Heath
ZX Spectrum 48K

Other Links

Nat Pryce
Chris Bourne

Snooker games have been around on the Speccy ever since the first rubber keyed door stop stepped off the ark, and none of 'em have been anything to write home about, almost as bad as watching the stuff on TV in fact. On Cue is no better than any other snooker game though in this package, you get both pool and snooker games on one cassette.

It suffer from all the worst problems possible in this kind of game. Attribute problems change the colours of the balls, the controls are fiddly, inaccurate and sometimes over-responsive, and the balls slow down drastically when many are moving. On Cue is fun for a while, but the appeal soon wears off and it becomes
terribly boring. Only buy this if you know you like this kind of thing.