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What makes CJ's Elephant Antics so addictive and playable is the fact that the action is non-stop. Of course, the super graphics and great sound don't do it any harm either.
It's doubtful whether there's anything original in CJ other than the two-player mode and having an elephant hero, but the game is executed with such panache as to easily lift it to the top of the budget range.
Nothing special, sure, but a long way short of being totally crap too.
CJ's Elephant Antics is good fun and offers a reasonable challenge for the price. Although the quality of the graphics is, at best, fair - and never particularly consistent.
Für knapp 30 Mäuse erhält der Käufer zwei Elefanten, multidirektional scrollende Comic-Grafik im Stil von Oceans „New Zealand Story“ und nur leicht nervende Musikuntermalung. Das sieht doch zumindest recht putzig aus, da hat man schon wesentlich mehr Geld schlechter angelegt, oder?