|Genre:||Arcade Game: Platform|
|Cover Art Language:||English|
|Machine Compatibility:||Spectrum 48K, Spectrum 128K|
|Release:||Professionally released on Cassette|
|Available For:||Amstrad CPC464, Commodore 64 & Spectrum 48K|
|Compatible Emulators:||ZXSpin (PC (Windows))|
Nutria (PC (MS-DOS))
|Original Release Date:||1st February 1985|
|Original Release Price:||£6.90|
|Market Valuation:||£2.50 (How Is This Calculated?)|
|Box Type:||Cassette Single Plastic Black|
|Author(s):||Paul Owens, Mike Webb & F. David Thorpe|
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This is so much better than Hunchback because the graphics are better and more fun. Read Review
The game falls down on its graphics especially when compared to classics such as Knight Lore which shows exactly what can be squeezed out of the Spectrum. Read Review
The return of your favourite bell ringer, the all-conquering Quasimodo, brings moving platforms, cog wheels, hooks, pullies, ropes and of course - the bells! Every screen brings a new challenge and tons of fun.
Quasimodo must reach Esmarelda imprisoned in the castle stronghold. During each of the first six screens he must collect bonus bells, or push bells to the top of the rope (screen 6 only), to reach the giant bell in order to go on to the next, more difficult screen which will bring him nearer to achieving his ultimate goal (on screen 7 by collecting all bonus bells), - to rescue the beautiful Esmarelda.
The sinister castle stronghold is fraught with danger and menacing creatures such as fireballs, arrows, bats and birds and more! After rescuing Esmarelda you can continue playing from screen one but on an ever increasing level of difficulty but keep you chin up, Quasi can do it if you can!
The game is keyboard or joystick controlled.
The key controls are redefinable as shown on the menu.
You may use a Kempston, Interface 2 or Protec joystick if you prefer.
Points are awarded for collecting bonus bells and completing each screen.
On-screen shows current score and number of lives remaining.
There is also a separate High Score table.
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|A digital version of Hunchback II: Quasimodo's Revenge suitable for ZXSpin (PC (Windows)), Nutria (PC (MS-DOS))|
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