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Suvernova - 01/05/2019
Fantastic game with amazing musics, one of the best games of 8 bits ! Datasoft was an excellent publisher.
Punkydudester - 09/12/2014
I love this game, the music is great. I was never able to beat this game because the second disk was damaged. I will one day finish it.
Hawthorn - 27/02/2008
Wow, I could agree less with the other comments. I love Conan and Robert E. Howards written (I have even used his short stories it a lit class I teach) so if anything I wanted this game to be great. I've tried several times to get involved with the game and can't. The colors are crude and the game play tedious. Bruce Lee IS a great game and on a different level than Conan.
Dave Grieser - 02/07/2004
Well written game design. As with any Datasoft game. Music is awsome! Game can slow down a lot in the fourth and fifth level. If you have installed the 256 upgrade, it runs great!
Andrew Bernstein - 27/05/2004
In terms of graphics, this is a straight port of the Apple II release. The strongest point of the conversion is the music which has been beefed up for the Atari 8-bit release (thanks to the Pokey chip) and is nothing less than a blast !

A great, very playable, early title from Datasoft which would lead the way for other comparable (genre related) games like Bruce Lee later the same year (1984) and The Goonies and Zorro in 1985.

Highly recommended.


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GenreArcade - Platformer (Single Screen)Year1984
LanguageMachine LanguagePublisherDatasoft
Players1, DemoCountryUSA

Fortier, Ron J.

Graphic Artist(s)

Day, Kelly / Wolvek, Russ
Parker, Eric

Medium Disk


Cover Artist(s)[unknown]Serial1420
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Additional Comments

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US Gold, MCC.


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