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Megadeth - 26/06/2019
Just like its virtual brother (in terms of gameplay), "The Last V8" game, this one is just not good. Awkward controls, tiny screen, uninteresting plot, anti-climactic ending.. I tried it once or twice a month as a kid, witin 5 minutes got frustrated / bored and put it away. Today I'm avoiding it completely.
Andy - 11/06/2012
Allright, I finished it using the emulators infinite life lock. The ending screen? SPOILER: you collect - or Re-An - the last crew member, and your dashboard says: U-R-A Code Master. Happy standard sound of the game. Intro music and dashboard animation (credits). Pushbutton starts a new game. Disappointing...
Andy - 09/06/2012
I tryed to finish this one on the Emulator. I think I didn't cheat apart from saving states. I am UNABLE to finish it because it seems a passageway is blocked by debris, I'm certain I'm not doing anything wrong here...!?!
steve - 25/07/2007
This was a really tough one. The great graphics for the time encouraged me to play on.I must go back one day and try to complete it!
onky - 15/08/2005
I still love playing this game. It´s so incredible tough to play, but I shall make it to the finish it one day!:) Reaching the 3rd level is already quite an acomplishment...

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Information

GenreArcade - MiscellaneousYear1987
LanguageMachine LanguagePublisherCode Masters
ControlsJoystickDeveloper
Players1CountryUnited Kingdom
Programmer(s)

Blott, Andrew / Blott, David

LicenseCommercial
Graphic Artist(s)

Wilson, James

MediumTape
Sound

Whittaker, David

Rarity
Cover Artist(s)Serial5018
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