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Mega lo Mania (Amiga)

Genre
Perspective
Theme
80
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4.1
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Written by  :  Johnny "ThunderPeel2001" Walker (419)
Written on  :  Feb 01, 2004
Platform  :  Amiga
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Summary

One of the best games ever made

The Good

Everything about this game is perfect. In fact it's so perfect it's scary. The learning curve is perfect, the game appears deceptively simple, even on first play. The music, the interface, the hilarious voices, all of this would be nothing without addictive and satisfying gameplay. Thankfully it's here in a abundance.

The Bad

The graphics are a little simplistic, the sounds took a while to load even on a 2MB machine. That's about it.

The Bottom Line

It's funny how games get forgotten over time, and this is certainly one I'd never had imagined would be forgotten, but it has. Once upon a time (before Sensible Golf) Sensible Software were the masters of all they surveyed, and Mega lo Mania stood proud for it knew it was destined for great things.