Briefly tried The Greatest Show On Earth by Central Solutions, a circus game ridden with terrible mini games, it's surely more colourful than Fiendish Freddy's Big Top o'Fun [Mindscape, 1990], but it's quite easy when the latter is almost totally monochrome. 0,5/5
Or as The Dean of Games put it: "Dont waste your time playing this game, you will get mad, just enjoy the naiveness of our youth thru this, if you can still remember that."
The best of this disgraced lot is surely Orbix the Terrorball, released by Streetwise and programmed by John Pragnell, even if it were only for the title, but it's not only that, it's actually a playable and good looking game. It's another 3D affair, but in scrolling fashion, reminding of Durell's Critical Mass and even Tranz Am by Ultimate. You have to wander across a wide area looking for cubes improving your radar scope, survivors and pieces of their spacecraft, while avoiding alien infrastructures and shooting droids which in turn drop spheres of energy. It belongs to the Bouncing Ball kind of games too, which makes it similar to Vortex's Revolution [while the cubes and the survivors reminds of another Costa Panayi's masterpiece, Cyclone]. It's nice, only rather repetitive and dull. 3/5