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One of the better Gauntlet clones for 8-bit machines is just as playable on 16-bit machines. Both versions are colourful and play identically to each other. The Amiga's graphics are not significantly better than the ST's but the sound certainly is. If you like the Gauntlet-style games then you won't be disappointed with Eagle's Nest.
A thoroughly competent Gauntlet style game, Eagles Nest is large in scale and provides stacks to do.
That said, Eagles Nest is a good mix of arcade blasting and a little bit of strategic planning. Arcade adventure freaks will love it to bits. [Budget re-release]
A newer clone of Castle Wolfenstein, this arcade product is fun for a short
time, but rapidly loses its interest appeal.
Once you have led the prisoner safely to the main floor
(using elevator passes) and out the main gate, it is on to
the second rescue. This, frankly, is where I have the only
problem with this game. Each fortress is exactly alike,
down to the types of treasures found in each room. After
having so much fun exploring and mastering the first
fortress, players rightfully expect to face brand-new challenges
as a reward for their derring-do. It was very disappointing
to find the same series of rooms as in the first
Aside from that, Into the Eagle's Nest was some of the
best fun this jaded critic has had in ages and it is a game
that most people will go back to time after time. Strategic
shootout fans will find this one a blast.