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Feud

 

Mastertronic sub-label Bulldog took a bow with this excellent little game from the Pickford brothers. Playing one of two feuding sibling wizards in a flick screen maze, you had to collect various herbs scattered throughout the garden and combine them to make defensive or aggressive spells with which to help you defeat your brother.

Feud wasn’t a complicated game, but it was playable and contained some very neat graphics. Once the player worked out a winning combination of spells, there wasn’t really much replay value to Feud, but it was fun finding out, and excellent value for its budget price (£1.99). Such a shame there wasn’t a 2-player mode.

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