On Wed, 13 Jul 2011 14:51:13 +0900, Hidehiko Ogata wrote:We also got some excellent (New Zealand Story) and some
> In article <MPG.2882b0bf187043c9989...@news.demon.co.uk>,
> Angus-san <angus@_ANTISPEM_angusm.demon.co.uk> wrote:
> > Yup, just had a session with the nymphettes.
> Woohoo! Half-naked nymphettes, here I come!
> ...well, other than *that*, I have to say the game is kinda meh.
above average (Strider, Ghouls' n' Ghosts) arcade conversions
and also some rather good original titles (Rick Dangerous) during
>but it reminds me of Thalamus'Did that game have half-naked nymphettes? :)
> Hawkeye (C64 version) more than anything else.
> Speaking of which, the main riff sounded somewhat familiar, and sureMy understanding is that music of Amiga version of this
> enough, the C64 version has Maniacs of Noise in the credits. But
> I have to say the mighty SID version won out this time round.
game was not done by MoN.
>What is it that's lost in the adaptation to the "improved" 32bit platform?I just checked some screenshots of the C64 version - is it my
imagination or are the C64 nymphettes even more nude? :o
> Haven't been able to clear the first level yet - those pesky fly-traps!Flytraps are easy to avoid - just be ready to jump when the platform
> It could use the defender-style radar display too.
above them crumbles.
Where do you need radar - for the flying dragons? :)
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