Written by  :  Tomer Gabel (4642)
Written on  :  Oct 11, 2002
Platform  :  Amiga
Rating  :  5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars
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Totally brilliant.

The Good

One of the best (and classic) platform games in existence, Prehistorik pretty much put Titus on the map. Followed by the equally brilliant Prehistorik 2, this game has upped the arcade game bar for years to come.

With partically no plot, Prehistorik manages to bring endless hours of sheer gameplay to a hungry gamer. It features some really excellent graphics, great controls (gotta love the 2600 joysticks...) and kick ass music; but undoubetly the best feature of this game is its level design: challenging and amusing at the same time, with secrets thrown all around to keep the interest up. This game is what classic is all about.

The Bad

It's repetitive, but then it's a platform game, so it's only to be expected...

The Bottom Line

An Amiga classic whose PC version actually manages to compare (other than the music...). It's fun the way it used to be!