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Atari A to Z (Pete Davison) - 04/07/2022
Synapse Software's Quasimodo, released in the UK by U.S. Gold's Synsoft imprint, is not, as some people claim, a clone of the arcade game Hunchback, but rather an unusual and interesting platform-action game with a pretty stiff challenge to offer! Let's Play! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0BPnpzl4Xx0
Greenchili - 28/10/2016
The version available here for download is a bad version. It's missing the opening sequence, first level difficulty is way harder than usual and the game messes up when you reach the castle wall. I don't know if it is a beta version or not.

You can get a working version at

http://a8.fandal.cz/download.php?files_id=2729
Pengwin - 28/08/2012
Never managed to beat this, but loved every minute/hour/day trying
Jim Kuchera - 16/12/2006
Real bells sounds out of that Pokey chip. How did John Atack do THAT??? This is another great Synapse title that I personally never could conquer. You've got to be good at rhythm, much like Pitfall, which I'm not. I simply watched my sons whip through this one. I was good at throwing rocks at the Orcs though, so I didn't feel completely out of it. This game plays a lot like Synapse's 'Necromancer', but more humor here. Very cute graphic rendering. No other game is even similar to this, other than Necromancer, and the comparison is a loose one. This game is certainly worth owning. Add it to your collection. "The bells! The bells!"

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GenreArcade - MiscellaneousYear1984
LanguageMachine LanguagePublisherAriolasoft (Germany)
ControlsJoystickDeveloper
Players1, 2 (alt.)CountryGermany
Programmer(s)

Atack, Jon

LicenseCommercial
Graphic Artist(s)MediumTape Disk
SoundRarity
Cover Artist(s)Serial773194-733
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Synapse Software, SynSoft.

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