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Eye Of Horus
By Prism
Amiga 500

Published in Amiga Power #7

Eye Of Horus

Denton Designs, eh? Don't you just love 'em? Well, if you're an 8-bit veteran you probably do, but they don't have much of a track record on the Amiga and looking at this game you begin to see why.

Reminiscent in many ways of their Speccy epic Gift From The Gods, Eye Of Horus is a huge arcade adventure in the simplest fashion (find a key to unlock a door and collect nine million bits of the mystical amulet or whatever) with minor zapping aspects to it and, not to beat around the bush, it's bloody dreadful.

Slow, confusing, graphically primitive, sonically grating - just crap, basically. Mind you, it does score a few points for having the word 'penis' in the manual.

The Bottom Line

Utter rubbish that succeeds only in making the Amiga look like a C64 on a particularly bad day. Avoid it like a pharaoh's curse.

Stuart Campbell

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