Commodore User


Navy Moves

Author: Mark Patterson
Publisher: Dinamic
Machine: Commodore 64/128

 
Published in Commodore User #69

Amiga

There is no difference in gameplay between the 8- and 16-bit versions. The graphics are obviously better than those of the C64, but only on the same scale with the 8-bit version. They improve as you progress into the game, but never become more than neat and well drawn.

The one improvement I did notice is the extra degree of power added to the flamethrower. The sea of flame is particularly wicked. A commendable game, but don't expect it to be top of the 16-bit innovation stakes.

Mark Patterson

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