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1988
Arcade: Gang beat-em-up
£12.99
£3.99
English
ZX Spectrum 48K/128K
Multiple schemes (see individual downloads)

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Jon Pillar
Chris Bourne

Somersaulting out of last issue's Superheroes compilation, the ultimate ninja comes back for seconds. Transported from ninth century Japan to twentieth century New York by his mortal enemy Kunitoki, our hero remains unflappable despite the dual terrors of this modem day world. One is the tremendous culture shock. The other is that his sharply-cut jumpsuit has been unfashionable for eleven hundred years. Swearing revenge by all the tailors of the Orient, the implacable one sets out to track down his nemesis, using the many and varied objects he finds on the way. With six puzzle-packed levels and groovesome 3D graphics, this is a smashingly playable, tough but fair arcade-adventure. Get it.

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Armakuni Hits A Large Drum Very Loudly. Remember, this album is not available in the shops.