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There are no sound effects, but the music is some of the best you'll hear on the Atari 2600. Gyruss is a bit on the easy side, so be sure to play it on the hardest skill level.
Like the best Atari 2600 arcade ports, Gyruss makes up for its lack of graphic capability with a reasonable-enough facsimile of the original’s gameplay. It is, however, a little on the easy side when playing the default variation. For a meatier challenge, set the game to variation three or four. All variations come with a three-or-five life option, which is a nice touch. Although I can’t give Gyruss an “A” for execution, it certainly deserves one for effort.
Gyruss is a game only for die-hard fans of space shooters. But the controls are not good enough to make this game very enjoyable, even for them.