Made by the awesome Psygnosis, Lemmings was released for the Amiga in 1991 was a smash hit. Puzzle/platformer, you are tasked to save the hapless lemming troop from doom by guiding them to the exit. By giving individual lemmings certain abilities, you have to traverse a platformed course to reach said goal. With the amount of tiny sprites, you would think the CPC would struggle to showcase a 16-bit homed game, but it handles it surprisingly well, much like it's Spectrum counterpart did also. By cutting down the amount of lemmings on-screen, the game works just as it should with all the levels and brilliant music intact. A game I have played on many platforms, the Amstrad rendition performs well given the limitations, and still makes it a top, top, top-yourself title. Let's Go!
Honourable Mentions - Leaderboard, Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge, The Light Corridor.
Amstrad CPC Coverart - Disc Version