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Spy vs Spy (Amiga)

Spy vs Spy Amiga Title screen

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Description

MAD magazine’s comic strip of the same name comes to life in this game which was designed for one or two players. The split-screen shows both spies at the same time. Play with a friend or against the machine.

The black spy and the white spy are out to outsmart each other before the time bell rings. Find the needed objects (money, passport, secret plans and airport door key) by searching rooms in the embassy, which include desks, file cabinets and other furniture. Foil your opponent by setting creative booby traps in the various rooms (a bomb in a dresser drawer, for instance). Traps can be disarmed with objects found in rooms (a water bucket from a firebox on the wall will disarm the bomb in the prior example). When all the items are together in the secret briefcase, head for the airport door.

Fights ensue when both spies enter the same room and are armed with clubs.

Screenshots

Spy vs Spy Amiga Room overview for black spy
Spy vs Spy Amiga White spy searches
Spy vs Spy Amiga Title screen
Spy vs Spy Amiga The spies fight it out

Alternate Titles

  • "MAD Magazine's Official Spy vs. Spy" -- Manual/In-game title

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The Press Says

Amiga Joker Mar, 1990 82 out of 100 82
The Games Machine (UK) Feb, 1990 65 out of 100 65

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Trivia

1001 Video Games

Spy vs. Spy appears in the book 1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die by General Editor Tony Mott.

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