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POPULARITY POLL by Richard Karsmakers

You  might remember me telling you that there had been  a  little 
earthquake  in the game Top 10 in the previous issue of ST  NEWS
but this time it's even worse:  Not only have two new games taken 
place 1 and 2,  but I also had to make it a game Top 15 in  order 
to get all good games in it. "Flightsimulator II" is rashly going 
down in the charts,  and it's to be seen if it will be present at 
all in future Top 15's.

Due to the eventual launch of the "B.I.G. Demo", Mad Max from TEX 
is  once again onm the first place of the music programmer's  top 
5, whereas David Whittaker is still working hard on the ST - thus 
deserving the second place. The other ranks didn't change.

Music programmers Top 5:

1)   Mad Max from TEX
2)   David Whittaker
3)   Rob Hubbard
4)   Holger Gehrmann
5)   P. Schields
Software (games) Top 15:

 1)  (-)   Bubble Bobble        (Firebird)
 2)  (-)   Super Sprint         (Electric Dreams)
 3)  (1)   Impact               (Audiogenic Software Ltd.)
 4)  (6)   Backlash             (Novagen)
 5)  (4)   Arkanoid             (Imagine)
 6)  (2)   Flightsimulator II   (SubLOGIC)
 7)  (-)   Wizball              (Ocean)
 8)  (-)   Rampage              (Activision)
 9)  (5)   Goldrunner           (Microdeal)
10)  (3)   Airball              (Microdeal)
11)  (-)   Star Wars            (Domark)
12)  (9)   Barbarian            (Psygnosis)
13)  (7)   Plutos               (Micro Value)
14)  (8)   Time Bandit          (Microdeal)
15) (10)   International Karate (System 3)

In the next issue of ST NEWS,  you'll be able to read the  things 
that have happened in the charts....'till then!

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