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Savage (Amiga)

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Description

Savage contains three different parts, each with its own style. You can play all three, but to get more than one life on levels 2 or 3, you must first input the code earned on completing the previous level.

You play Savage, a muscular warrior who was imprisoned in a castle. When he broke free, he found out that his imprisonment had been a trick with the sole purpose of imprisoning his love, the maiden. You have to progress through the 3 parts of the game to rescue her.

The first is a simple horizontal-scrolling shooter, in which you use the trajectory of your shots to kill enemies and collect the treasures and improved weapons they drop when killed. The second is a 1st person perspective 3D shooter resembling Space Harrier, with skulls to shoot and monoliths to avoid. In the third you play Savage's Eagle form, flying through platform-style levels avoiding timing-based hazards and shooting anyone who gets in your way. In this section bubbles can be shot to release power-ups.

Screenshots

There are no Amiga screenshots for this game.

There are 48 other screenshots on file for other versions of this game.


Alternate Titles

  • "Project 5" -- Working title

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User Reviews

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The Press Says

CU Amiga Aug, 1989 79 out of 100 79
Amiga Computing Sep, 1989 76 out of 100 76
Zzap! Aug, 1989 71 out of 100 71

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Trivia

Was ported from the C64 and Sinclair versions. Original credits include Jeroen Tel for the C64 music and G. Harrison for the C64 coding.

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EboMike (3009) added Savage (Amiga) on Mar 26, 2003
Other platforms contributed by Kabushi (116474), Martin Smith (63197) and Tomer Gabel (4416)