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Weiss praised the game's graphics and sound effects, and wrote, "This game features some of the best music ever on a bit system. However, the magazine concluded, "It's fun, but this style of game is gradually going the way of the dinosaur. British television program Bad Influence! Not as complete or polished as Zool , but still a great platform game.
Johnny Turbo's Arcade Joe and Mac Caveman Ninja
Controls are responsive, the graphics are good and the sampled sound is excellent, but I couldn't help feeling that in these times of epic Amiga games, this one is just a little too limited. Huw Melliar-Smith of Amiga Action gave the Amiga version a 79 percent rating and wrote that the animation of the game's enemies "is pretty good.
Not spectacular, but good nonetheless. David Upchurch of The One Amiga gave the Amiga version a 22 percent rating and called the plot and gameplay "uninspired. Worse still, everything's so sluggish - the so-called Ninjas amble around like they've been drugged and getting them to do anything quickly pretty essential for a game like this is near-impossible. Difficulty-wise, it's paradoxically very hard and very easy. Stuart Campbell of Amiga Power also gave the Amiga version a 22 percent rating and criticized the game for using "the kind of options screen that you'd have to be a professional semaphore operator to penetrate.
I had to spend almost five minutes reading the manual just to work out how to select which of the two pointlessly-complicated joystick modes I wanted to use [ The magazine also criticized the backgrounds, which caused the main character of Joe to blend into the environment, creating confusion regarding his location.
Entertainment Weekly compared the US release to the Japanese version, and wrote of the game's sexual content that "All that's pictured during the initial display is a hut that quickly fades into the title screen, allowing players to commence the cartoony prehistoric action. The game was followed by various sequels. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Joe & Mac 2: Lost in the Tropics
You can find a picture of Congo in one of the huts, solidifying their link. Lost in the Tropics is a strange subtitle for the English releases, considering only one stage takes place in a tropical environment. This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Joe and Mac.