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Publisher: The Edge     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1989

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Genres : Cartoon / Puzzle

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ST Format
# 6 - Jan 90

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Buchaka wrote ...2004-02-17 10:13:16
I really like this... funny adventure, too slow on my real st, but so playable with the steem... really, I can't understand that stformat low score... The spectrum version was also great, mochrome graphics with a total comic look, don't miss it!!!
SaTcom2 wrote ...2003-01-27 22:45:30
This was a quite popular (yes, really) "pirated file" that went around on the PC in the early 90's. I was intrigued by it because the gameplay, in a sense, reminded me of the old Atari 2600 game Adventure. Later I got it for my ST. You move from screen to screen, manipulating a few objects which you can pick up and drop (I won't give away any secrets). Like Adventure, there are very few screens by modern adventure game standards, but the whole thing has puzzle elements which add depth to it. If you don't prejudge this and sit to play it for 5 or 10 minutes, it may hook you and make you want to see what happens at the end. The ST version, by the way, is much better (sound and graphics wise) than the PC version, as most games were in the 80's and early 90's. The rendering of the characters is great, despite the fact that they don't move around much (with a few exceptions). I have seen reviews which critisized the game for the static nature of the characters, but I think they are missing the whole point. That's like critisizing the square cursor in adventure for not being more real; this is not a Snoopy or Peanuts cartoon simulator (or a typical platformer), this is a fun, and unique little adventure game with a platform look and a Snoopy theme. Give this a try!
Sebastian Tanelius wrote ...2002-04-23 21:01:09
Actually the graphics of this game were extremely nice, even though it basically was a 2d plattform game. But the lack of sound and slow movement probably is why no one ever really liked this game.