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US Gold Ltd
1989
Arcade: Shoot-em-up
£8.99
£3.99
English
ZX Spectrum 48K/128K
Multiple schemes

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Mark Caswell
Chris Bourne

The evil Emperor Bios, God Of Destrucion, has created eight little demonic helpers to destroy all the planets in the known universe. But the angry minds of the massacred millions have created two super soldiers who must defeat three of Bios's gods before facing the big guy himself.. So, alone or with a friend, you blast your way through the four levels that make up the game.

Level one is titled City-Scape (for obvious reasons) and our brave hero begins his slaughter of Bios's minions before facing a big end-of-level baddy. You're armed with a low-powered laser gun but, by collecting up the blue coins left by the destroyed creatures, you can enter the weapon shops and purchase homing missiles, napalm bombs, V-cannon and more.

Forgotten Worlds received a CRASH Smash when first reviewed but I was never overly fond of the game. My main moan is that it's too easy to get through; even the end of level monsters don't pose much of a problem…

Graphically, it's pretty good, but what's the use of nice visuals if the playability just isn't there.

MARK

CRITICISM

60%