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CDS Microsystems
Mike Lamb
Sport: Action
ZX Spectrum 48K

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Chris Bourne

Amstrad, £1.99cs
C64, £1.99cs, £4.99dk
Spectrum, £1.99cs

Many are the snooker and pool games competing for your money, but this one - despite its age - is still the best, just like SD himself. There's not a lot to say about it really: green table, coloured balls, realistic physics, and just as hard to do well at as the real thing. What gives it the edge on its competitors is its realism: the balls behave as they should, and the spin (side, top and bottom) actually does work. If you end up making more fouls than 147 breaks, you'll have only yourself to blame.

Not Rated