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1984
Adventure: Text
£9.95
£2.99
English
ZX Spectrum 48K
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Mike Gerrard
Chris Bourne

The Hulk was Questprobe's first release and is now on the American label. Here's your chance to become Bruce Banner or The Incredible Hulk, depending on who it's best to be at the time. Tied to a chair in the opening locations, Bruce Banner can't do much, but if you learn the secret of becoming The Hulk then a mere chair should prove no problem to you.

The aim of the game is to collect the gems and deposit them all in the right place, the emphasis being on toughness of problems rather than having a million and three locations. The graphics are good cartoon stuff, but the text is brief in the extreme, and the usual AI peculiarities ensure this time that the location description is not printed on-screen unless you type LOOK. Which means you're expected to respond to 'What shall I do?' without having the least idea of where you are or what objects there are. Not the greatest of games, but definitely an acceptable price.

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