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Batman The Caped Crusader
Publisher: Ocean     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1989

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Genres : Action / Movie License

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# 3 - Dec 88

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Matt Bailey wrote ...2006-04-10 08:19:00
Like Black Lamp the layered scenes are annoying but the gameplay simple and unique in very good comic styling. Strange how it came in two parts, I've never seen this before. Tricky, simplistic and enjoyable.
David Vaughan wrote ...2002-11-16 01:25:49
I have a few memories of this game. I remembered playing the version of Batman The Caped Crusader that had the park. I saw the version with the cave when I found Atari ST emulation. On the park version, I figured out how to light the dark area and get break the lock on the door to get into the sewers. This game is very similar to a quest game and you also fight enemies that come up just like in action games as well. I always wondered why I kept dieing so fast when I was in the sewers on the park version. I saw that was happening because I didn't put on the gas mask. That helped me with keeping my health up and I got the chance to see other parts of the sewers that I never saw in all my life. If you're a big fan of Batman, try out this game today. Batman The Caped Crusader can be found on Automation compact disk 50, Medway Boys compact disk 5 and Lemmings compact disk 21.