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The Seven Gates of Jambala
Publisher: Grandslam Entertainment     Developer: Thalion
Year of release: 1989

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Genres : Action / Platform / Shoot-em-up

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# 7 - Feb 90

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adam payne wrote ...2006-09-27 09:34:21
A great platform game with fantastic music from the legendary Jochen Hippel (Mad Max)
guy ross wrote ...2004-11-10 00:20:53
A nice smooth platform game (wasn't it made by a couple of the carebears?) - The only downside was the kick in the teeth you got at the end of the game, when you found out why characters were offering information and not weapons earlier on (if you didn't read the manual). stupid magic staff.
SaTcom2 wrote ...2004-10-13 06:06:27
I never played this game until today. It is awesome. I liked the music OK, but actually I was more struck by the excellent animations and use of color. This is a real work of art! And the gameplay is much better than Enchanted Land, which I can not stand for some reason.
bazfan wrote ...2004-07-20 18:18:50
Never played the game (shame on me) but just listened to the music , i like it......
Daniel Vale wrote ...2004-07-18 19:44:29
The music was just well...... the only thing I remember from my childhood days, it was pure genious - I even whistle the music from the game sometimes, it was awesome!
Craig Waggett wrote ...2002-03-02 12:17:15
The thing that I remember most about this game is the music, it really seemed to fit quite well.
Brian Gallagher wrote ...2002-02-01 07:30:05
The music is superb, Jochen Hippel (Mad Max) composed some great melodies for the levels of this game, as he did for enchanted lands.
Matt Sephton wrote ...2002-01-30 10:00:46
the music to this game is second to none.
Feige wrote ...2002-01-23 06:32:34
Nice game by The Carebears. Enchanted Land was far far faaaar better, but this one is also quite nice. Of course the music is from Mad Max :-)
Dj Tez wrote ...2002-01-08 10:44:31
I used to love this game, banging on the floor with your hammer looking for coins. I was especially fond of the music, that was ripped and used in several demos.