Sure, I had my favourites, but many of the games I owned I had no real interest in – I only owned them because they set me back a mere quid (or were free). Theme Park was possibly my favourite (even though the Amiga 600 version was missing a lot of detail) and I’d often spend entire evenings playing Lemmings, Cannon Fodder, Superfrog and Walker. The Amiga version of Mortal Kombat II was visually impressive – and I loved the fact that it was on the Amiga – but it was a pain to play as performing a fatality often required a disc change. It was times like this I missed my Mega Drive.
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