The 1987 Amstrad CPC conversion of Leaderboard was developed by Canvas and is definitely the worst version of Leaderboard available.
This Amstrad CPC conversion of the classic ZX Spectrum game definitely benefits from having better use of colour than the original. It also runs a little faster than the Speccy version, which makes it slightly more playable.
The Amstrad CPC version of Ghostbusters was only ever released in Europe. Alongside the MSX version it was one of only two Ghostbusters conversions that was never released in North America.
The Amstrad CPC version of Elite (released in 1986) is a fine program – even though the play window is smaller than those seen in other versions.
Compared to the Spectrum original, Amstrad Kokotoni Wilf is pretty ugly.
Duško Dimitrijevic ‘s brilliant isometric adventure, Movie, translates exceptionally well to the Amstrad CPC, as can be see from these screenshots.
Inside Outing was designed by Michael St. Aubyn and converted to a number of different platforms, with this Amstrad version being the first.
The Amstrad conversion of Sabre Wulf features the same chunky graphics as the BBC version, except with some extra colouring. It does make make a difference though.
Developed in 1990 by Brøderbund France, the Amstrad CPC conversion of Prince of Persia is a decent interpretation of Jordan Mechner’s classic platform game.
The excellent Amstrad CPC version of Manic Miner was first released by Software Projects in 1984.