|vacuumnoise - 27/05/2011|
awesome, amazing graphics, very inventive; great contrast of industrial sound and cutesy music! -VNR Press
|Greg B. - 07/03/2011|
Well, this looks more like an awful "Shamus" to me than anything else.
I guess Atari didn't want to put their name on a game that had a toilet seat for an enemy, perhaps?
|Thorsten Günther - 03/12/2009|
Hello! I've just read that this game was indeed sold to Atari Germany, but never published ("ST Computer" issue 6/2001). Is is true that not a single legitimate copy of this game ever existed?
|Andreas - 24/03/2009|
The plot was the following: Nadral, the little flying 'helicopter bird' has to rescue his (similar looking) friend who is hidden behind some doors in the labyrinth. In order to open the doors, you have to find the keys distributed in the labyrinth. When you have opened all doors in a level, you can go to the room with the friend and voila, you can touch him and enter the next level... In the upper levels, the map of the labyrinth is quite complicated :-)
|ElB - 03/10/2008|
This is one *sinister* game; the title screen has a deceptively jolly bit of ragtime music, but when you start the game a terrifying harsh German voice yells at you, and you're thrown into an inexplicable nightmarish world. Everything's out to get you, time is constantly running out (and an ominous throbbing noise of ever-increasing tempo doesn't let you forget this for a moment), and while the game hard and unforgiving it's not difficult to the point of being frustrating, and the strange visuals and creepy sounds really add atmosphere. Even now I find my heart rate shoots through the roof when I play it!
(Anyone know what the plot was supposed to be?)