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Information - Rambo III
Shoot'em Up! - Multi-Directional
Brandwood, John [Elmer Fudd]
Hemphill, Robert A.
Jones, Mark R.
Jones, Mark K.
Box / Instructions
Number of Disks
1 / Single Sided
Additional Comments - Rambo III
Other versions with the same title:
Hit Squad (The) (version [Budget])
A development version of Rambo III.
There are some funny touches in the intro screen. For example Nescafe Gold Blend is credited, maybe it was consumed a lot during the long hours ;) Credits also include a little joke about the music that was not done yet: Not Dunn, referring to Ocean musician Jonathan Dunn. Level loading screen includes a piece of text from Sara Josepha Hale's "Mary had a Lamb" poem from 1830's.
The basic gameplay and enemies are present, altough its impossible to die on the first level. John Rambo has a gun instead of knife and is able to shoot the enemies.
If you press 3 on the intro screen you can go straight to the Operation Wolf style shooting level.
Music and sound effects are still missing and there are some graphical differences like the wooden texture of the floor, a more colourful Rambo III logo, smaller graphics display of players energy level and some missing logos.
Huge thanks to Mark R. Jones who supplied the original development version of this title for Atarimania to preserve!
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Trivia - Rambo III
Based on 1988 movie by Tri-Star Pictures.
Book / Magazine Reviews - Rambo III
· January, 1989
Rating: 59 %
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