I normally like this kind of game; but I couldn't help getting really bored after about thirty minutes of play! There just isn't enough variation in the game to make it lasting, which I remember is exactly the same problem with the original Dungeon Master.
In America the names Jordan and Bird may generate a boost in sales but in Blighty all they'll generate is a 'Who the hell are they?'
If you're an all-weather basketball fan you just might be netted; but otherwise, dear readers, I'd give this one the slip.
A vertically scrolling road chase game in which you control a well-armed Bond-like mobile, shooting and running into anything that gets in your way before you 'dock' with a large truck. For nostalgics only really.
The graphics are dull and monochrome, the sound consists of 200 bog standard drum samples, the movement is much too quick to be controllable and any game in which you just don't touch the joystick to finish the first two levels can't be good.
Somehow for me, it doesn't quite match up to the playability of the C64 version; still, that's no reason why 16-bit owners should turn down what is probably one of the finest Amiga shoot-'em-ups to date.
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