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Flimbo's Quest
Publisher: System 3     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: Unknown

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small ST picture raytraced by Rich Davey 2001

thesource wrote ...2007-06-21 19:18:37
we all go on about brilliant music, but its not apparent in this version, the st music is crap and not even renditions of the qaulity amiga and c64 tracks, the scrollings terrible too.
bazfan wrote ...2004-01-17 05:47:33
becos of the jerky scrolling and poor colors, oops i never saw that snail. i'd have to say yes its good, but play the c64 version, its way,way better. honest
Roel Heerspink wrote ...2003-03-24 14:16:07
To be honest, i like the c64 version better but this one rulez too!
Darkbee wrote ...2002-05-18 08:30:45
This was one of the few platform games that did stand out above others (like Rainbow Islands). As mentioned below the sound was great and the graphics were cutesy and well done although I seem to remember occasionally dying because some sprites tended to blend into the background a bit too well. Quite a difficult game from memory but great fun none-the-less.
bazfan wrote ...2001-12-19 17:46:56
oh yeah dreamcaster fully agree, one hell of a game, and i still play it to death now, thought it was a tad better on c64 (what do you think dreamcaster), ace soundtrack to.....
DreamCaster wrote ...2001-12-12 06:35:28
A bad ass mother f**ker. This is the ONE that had all the unbeliveble groovy sound and visuals. One of the best of the best.