Four quality games; two Synapse classics alongside English Software's own.
Elektra Glide also appeared on #5, and went on to appear on #7, but it's still a great game if you didn't already have it (technically brilliant, and I don't think the gameplay's as hard or flawed as some have implied- I thought it was great). Timeslip is a slightly convoluted version of Scramble with pretty split-screen graphics. Drelbs is an original game with nicely-done graphics, though it gets very difficult very fast. Fort Apocalypse is a great game; the flatness of the graphics may have dated it slightly by 1987 standards, and once you've completed it you'll wish it had more levels... but these are minor issues, Fort Apocalypse is highly addictive and playable, and truly deserves its "classic" status.