CHEAT MODE unlimited lives, built-in back-door, type CPM on the title screen.
There is supposedly a bug that can crash the game if you jump and land a certain way.
I remember getting this on a cold winters night and playing until 2am..well late for an 8 yr old.Easily one of my favourite games and also one of the first i completed,happy times indeed.
impossible to get pass screen two well for me anyway
<just found this site so i apologise for the amount of comments I'm making but i have very, very fond times with my Atari>
Game soundtrack was amazing- and it was probably one of the first games i completed. Graphics were pretty good, and it was very playable- tough, but not impossible.
Possibly one of Masteronics best
Gruppenfuhrer WOLF - 15/09/2010
I remember waiting for the end of holidays to play Henry's House again at home.
Absolutly brilliant game for its time, and it still holds a lot of good memories, although at times it was incredibly frustrating! Still well up there with my favourite games of all time, even today.
Roberto Rodriguez - 07/02/2009
The greatest retro game of all time in my opinion. The controls are spot on and the level design is borderline genius!
The only slight disappointment is that there isn't an ending screen - you simply loop back to the first level.
However, you can't really complain with what's here. I didn't touch this game for about ten years but was surprised by how well it holds up today. I still hate that damn bird though!
Essentially the game Jet Set Willy should have been. A colourful and highly enjoyable platformer.
Michael Strorm - 25/10/2006
Great game; even by 1987 standards it seemed like an "old school" platform game, but it was done so effectively. I was particularly impressed with the second screen.
I didn't find out until later on that it was a conversion of an English Software C64 game from a few years earlier (Mastertronic must have had a deal with them; I think they converted ElektraGlide to some other formats.) It explains the homages to various games of that time.
Ironic that the JSW-influenced sprites on one screen of HH look really nice, and the graphics on the "real" Atari JSW were atrocious. Oh well :-/
There's not that much difference between the C64 and Atari versions (Atari has a slight edge), except that the music in the Atari version is better :)