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Fusion (Atari ST)

Fusion Atari ST Title screen

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90
Atari ST User
Initially Fusion is difficult and you'll wonder what on earth is going on, but stick with it, it gets easier as you discover the use of the switches and other objects. It's an interesting game that will capture and hold your interest for quite some time.
81
The One
Surprisingly the graphics are of a very high standard. They're fast, very colourful and It's difficult to spot there the use of colour has had to be compromised, A sampled interpretation of the Amiga's stereo theme tune is included but only plays while loading. During the game, adequate spot effects complement the addictive blasting action.
71
ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)
Thankfully, Bullfrog have redesigned Fusion, tailoring it to the ST's capabilities rather than trying to emulate the game as it appeared on the Amiga. This has worked to the game's benefit, and so it is now more playable than its Commodore counterpart: but certainly no easier.