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Titus the Fox: To Marrakech and Back (Amiga)

Titus the Fox: To Marrakech and Back Amiga Titus logo

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Description

In the international edition of Lagaf: Les Aventures de Moktar - Vol 1: La Zoubida, you play Titus' fox mascot. His beloved Suzy has been kidnapped on the other side of the Sahara desert, and to get her back he has to advance through 15 levels (with codes for each one) comprising of nearly 1000 screens of platform gameplay, scrolling in 8 directions.

There are secret rooms to find, and bosses at the end of each level. The player can also interact with many parts of the background. Using available objects such as springs and crates correctly is often vital to progress. Alternate modes of transport such as Magic Carpets and Skateboards also make an appearance.

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Titus the Fox: To Marrakech and Back Amiga The End
Titus the Fox: To Marrakech and Back Amiga In front of building
Titus the Fox: To Marrakech and Back Amiga Climbing a ladder
Titus the Fox: To Marrakech and Back Amiga Titus logo

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The Press Says

CU Amiga Apr, 1992 91 out of 100 91
Amiga Power Apr, 1992 88 out of 100 88
Amiga Action May, 1992 88 out of 100 88
Amiga Format May, 1992 81 out of 100 81
Amiga Joker Mar, 1992 78 out of 100 78
Power Play Apr, 1992 73 out of 100 73
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) Apr, 1992 8 out of 12 67

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Trivia

The game was originally released with an Arabian man named "Moktar" as the main character, due to a license with a French comic song which is little known outside France, which is why the character was changed.

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Martin Smith (63136) added Titus the Fox: To Marrakech and Back (Amiga) on Oct 11, 2004
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