Mean Streak [Mirrorsoft]
A futuristic fight between bikers along a semi-devastated road, filled with damaging objects and walls. It's playable but a bit dull. It doesn't seem to have much going for it, variety is lacking and the graphics are slightly drab. It was a full price game, and there's not much to justify it. 128k version has improved sound including an in-game tune.
The Fast and the Furious [Go!]
It actually delivers what the title promises, lots of frantic action, in the shape of a top view horizontal shoot'em up - in which your "aircraft" is a magic carpet nonetheless. Graphics are colourful and feature some nice monsters. It's a very apt game for players affected by attention deficit disorder. It's a fun, depthless game - with a strange bonus section I didn't understand very well. Weird whistley sounds in the main screen, and acceptable effects in the game.
Gun Runner [Hewson Consultants]
Side view platform-shoot'em up. It's like a flying aliens filled course, and each time you die you have to repeat it from the start. There are power up's to help you, like a very well welcomed tri-directional shooting, or a jetpack, or a shield or "poison" which is another word for "smart bomb". The graphics are monochrome, but clear. The main character looks a bit funny to me. Very nice tune. It's an OK game, playable, but without any outstanding ideas or features.