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Game Freaks 365
The graphics and the sound are fairly good for 1982. I have no major complaints in that area. My only major complaint is the fact that there is only the one game mode. The game select switch does nothing. As a result, this game has the possibility of becoming repetitive. Add to that a hero that doesn’t move as fast as I would like and you have the makings of a game that can and will cause some minor frustration at times. Between the lack of game modes and the possibility of some frustration, I would say that this particular game isn’t for everybody, but it is not a bad game and is certainly worth taking the time to play a little.
Un giochino piacevole ma molto ripetitivo. La realizzazione è caratterizzata da buone animazioni e da un sonoro sufficiente che si contrappongono ad un'arena dallo scarso dettaglio grafico. Se volete a tutti i costi questo gioco, provate la versione per Intellivision credo che la troverete migliore
The Video Game Critic
As a result, this edition feels second-rate. In addition, an astute reader noted that it takes far too long for the serious challenge to kick in. With no variety in the stages, Deadly Disc's gameplay quickly becomes monotonous.