Reviewed by Ty Massei
Graphics: 3 out of 10
Sound: 4 out of 10
Gameplay: 4 out of 10
Hardness factor: 5 out of 10
Overall: 4 out of 10
Graphics: The graphics in this game are really underdeveloped. They
belong to the commodore, and if I'm not mistaken this is just a port
of a commodore game. Anyway, characters aren't developed enough and
they just look bland. The color scheme is very simple too, and most of
the shading done in the game is with one single color.
Sound: The music in this game, while a big improvement compared to the
graphics, still isn't that great. Songs get repetitive, but don't sound like
they came from the commodore, which is a good thing. Sound effects are
pretty good in this game.
Gameplay: This game is a pretty weird sidescroller. It's sort of like a beat
'em up, but the main focus of the game is on weapons like guns, knives, ect.
However, you can just jump around and hurt people. What makes this game
interesting is you can move up and down on the screen, but most enemies
only require one hit to die. While it's obvious this game is missing something,
it's still pretty fun to play for the first few levels. Controls should have
been worked on in this game to make it a bit better.
Hardness factor: This game was pretty normal compared to most games.
While a lot of enemies fire directly once you're in their sight, you just
have to learn certain ways to get past it (like sneaking up on them from
the top/bottom and doing a jumpkick).
Overall: 4 out of 10. While this game is underdeveloped, it's still pretty
fun, at least for a little while. I wouldn't recommend this game to anyone
because of its simplicity.