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Rackney's Island
By Megatronix
Amiga 500/600/1200

 
Published in Amiga Power #48

Rackney's Island

I don't really want to talk about this one for too long. It's a platform game. It's a very simple platform game. And it's also dull, unplayable, boring to look at and not much fun at all.

There are about two colours on the screen (or so it seems), the controls are awkward, the game structure is poor and repetitive and the whole thing is about as original as American tourists.

Okay, so it's only a tenner, but I could fill up the rest of this magazine on better things to do with a ten pound note. In fact, as may have already been said, take a good, long look at the Stardust review this issue.

The Bottom Line

Boring, dull, samey platform. Cheap, is a very apt way to describe it. It plays badly and it looks awful. I don't ever want to see it again.

Jonathan Nash

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