- SPECIAL CRASH READERS’ OFFER
Four great Gremlin Graphics games in a not-to-be-missed offer!
- TAMARA KNIGHT
Mel Crunchy Fast-Food Salesperson in Punningly Penurious Shock
- PLAYING TIPS SUPPLEMENT
Lloyd Mangram brings you 32 pages of tips, cheats, POKEs, solutions and
maps — all EXTRA in this issue of CRASH.
Yes folks, it’s the annual question-time beano. You tell us what you think!
There’s a prize draw too!
- THE TERMINAL MAN RETURNS
A six-page update of the first twelve episodes, just to get you in the mood.
Roger Kean introduces some more new faces on the CRASH team.
- FEAR AND LOATHING
More leggy blonds and Gin Martinis from the intrepid ligger
- LOONAR JETMAN
Lunar-cy leads to lingering liquidation almost
- LLOYD MANGRAM’S FORUM
Someone’s angry about Arkanoid, plus other hair-raising complaints
from readers in the letters pages.
- BREWSTER’S ADVENTURE TRAIL
After leaving Grange Hill, Derek graduates to
PAWing and weird oriental arts. Plus SIGNPOST, STUMPS and HEROES.
- PBM MAILBOX
The Latest news from Brendon Kavanagh, plus your letters.
- PHILLIPA IRVING’S FRONTLINE
Tobruk and Battlefield Germany reviewed by the Scourge of
Japanese Tourists. Letters and tips too from the bayonet-heeled one.
- CRASH COURSE
Rosetta McLeod pulls some more educational software down from the school
- COMPETITION WINNERS
- TECH NICHE
Jon Bates continues Midi and Franco Frey does some advanced artwork.
Merely Mangram returns to head up the Preview section with special looks
at Mask, Hydrofool and the bouncy Thing on a Spring.
- CRASH READERS’ CHARTS
- THE TERMINAL MAN
Oliver Frey’s comic strip hero, Cross, comes back to life for the start of
a new 12-part adventure in the alien Dyson Sphere.
DO IT YOURSELF
- CREATE A NEW GREMLIN HERO
And win yourself a Spectrum +3! Games and T-shirts to go too!
- FERGUSON’S CRASH TRIVIA
Second of our chances to win a Ferguson MC05 Monitor, Interface and a
- WIN A HOME AQUARIUM!
FTL have a fishy prize to celebrate their next Sweevo release.
- WIN CRASH SECOND-HAND!
Well, almost! A rare opportunity to catch up and get your hands on the fabled
Issue One of CRASH, courtesy of a kind reader and his collection.