|Mae77 - 13/05/2011|
This game is a legend in south america !!!
It's considered as the "Pre-Super Mario Bros." since the Atari 800XL was so popular in the '80s (NES and other consoles arrived since 1990).
|Cubretti - 05/09/2010|
I played this game in 1987
|Dima - 08/10/2009|
I played this game on Atari. In Russia we called this game "Monty" :)
I was 5 years old, when I played this game on my Atari. The best game from my childhood.. In that time this game was so impressive for me, because I saw dreams about colour keys and rolled skulls..
I love Monty so much.
Thanx for nostalgy pictures and descriptions!
|Scott Wozniak - 15/09/2008|
Awesome feat of programming on this game. I loved it but man, it was tough as nails. One of the few games I never conquered. 9/10.
|MAXTHUNDER99 - 05/06/2008|
This game is one of my childhood favorites and I always liked going over to play it or even watch it being played at my friend's place. 10 on every version from the 2600 to the Sega Master System.
|eppy2000 - 27/03/2008|
Jaeger epitomized the talent of the young guns back in the day. I got many hours of play from this. It was quite an impressive feat compared to a lot of the other products out there -- and from someone who didn't have the same formal training of other programmers! I always preferred Jaeger's original work-in-progress over the watered down version put out by Parker Bros. While the latter was winnable and you had Pedro replaced with an Indiana Jones-type character, it wasn't as challenging and the sound and music was also compromised to make it all fit on the proverbial 16K cartridge.
|Brygadier - 05/01/2008|
This game was absolutely brilliant.
|odi - 16/09/2007|
game - legend
|Neo-Rio - 13/06/2007|
I played the Commodore 64 version all the way up to and completing level 9. At level 9, the whole pyramid is pitch black - but if you ever get there, you'll know the layout like the back of your hand anyway.
Should you finish level 9, you start another pyramid on level 9. Quite an anti-climax.
|Paul Westphal - 24/04/2007|
This is one of the best platformers for us Atarians.This is the pinnacle of platforming/exploration on the old 8-bitters. Give it a shot, but have some patience with some of the timing-related issues that the game incorpoates. rating: 9.5 (no one is perfect)
|Cinka - 03/05/2006|
The greatest game I have ever played. event after 15 years I play it wit great passion.
|Nixon - 16/04/2006|
this game was always hard as ****...and after all it is still challenging after all this time...i m still curious what the end of it would be like..since the skill-level never allowed me to get there yet :D
|Subj - 27/02/2005|
This particular version is indeed finished and winnable
|Matt Walsh - 29/03/2004|
I don't believe this version is finished nor winnable. There is a strange room with a huge man in it that stomps, and when he does you die unless (maybe) you jump at the right time. I could never get past him. Somehow I always imagined that if I could finish the game, it would complete the 'cucaracha' (sp?) theme you heard the first notes of each time you picked something up.