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Publisher: US Gold     Developer: Probe
Year of release: 1990

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bazfan wrote ...2006-10-06 18:08:41
hahahahahahahahahaha what a sad little bastard that david vaughn is. this is one of his best quotes yet.......My brother also had the original floppy disk of Automation compact disk 25........ Pure fucking class
Grunaki wrote ...2006-05-31 00:52:48
I had this on Automation 25 along with IK+ and Pacmania amongst others.. That disk was in my 'hot' pile for sure! :-) I loved this from the Speccy and the ST version was much better! :)
Matt Bailey wrote ...2006-03-22 03:58:22
Amazingly addictive gameplay leads to a unique Skateboarding classic! Ignore the graphics & just play this till your eyes burn. I loved crushing the soda cans & then jumping consecutive ramps. Tony who???
Dma-Sc wrote ...2003-11-06 05:54:24
Crush the can! Ride the skate! Jump the fence! Can't find a better example of jump'n Run game. ;)
simchevelu wrote ...2003-06-17 08:45:57
The word is addictive. This game keeps you playing and playing to avoid *this damned trap I forgot about*. By the way, I've never managed to see the end...
David Vaughan wrote ...2002-11-10 19:32:15
I have many memories of this game. I remember back in 1989, I couldn't wait to get home from school and play this game. My brother also had the original floppy disk of Automation compact disk 25. This game can also be found on that menu as well besides Pacmania. At that time, I used to do so good at it that I always failed on level 6. Now, since I found Atari ST emulation, I got addicted all over again playing this game. This is also an arcade game. After all the years that have passed, I played this game again and I did so good that I can reach level 10 and higher. Now, I have become an expert at this game and I always beat the high score.
Duschnouk wrote ...2002-09-06 19:47:08
I pass hours on this game! It was too great!! Whhoooooop !!! :-)
Matthias Arndt wrote ...2002-08-06 14:24:27
The game was published in 1987 instead of 1990. Nice game though - rather funny!
ceroomaster wrote ...2002-05-09 13:26:37
This is the ONLY game ever wher my mum was as good as me :)
^^Snoop^^ wrote ...2001-12-28 04:26:49
I used to love this game and played it again recently ... the magic is still there : )
guy ross wrote ...2001-12-19 19:07:06
I whiled away a few hours on this game. simple objective : RUN! ... one of the few good games probe did for the st :p Had smooth scrolling too, a rare pleasure for a lot of st games!
Claire Wall wrote ...2001-11-30 10:43:49
from legendary developers Probe, this game just screams Classic!! with some of the most addictive gameplay around at the time (and even now =P), the object of the game was to complete numerous stages, of increasing difficulty, by reaching the end before the timer ran out, and by avoiding all the numerous traps/obstacles on the way. so all in all, superb game. with some of the most catchy music u heard =P